[QUOTE=nosvet;2191076]Sorry, I guess I did forget to mention that!
Compatible Media Formats are: MPEG2, MPEG4 (low res), WMV, H.264
Video Modes are: 720p, 1080i
Audio Formats are: AAC-LC, AAC-HE, MP3, WAV, WMA, DolbyÂ® Digital (AC-3)
Image Formats are: JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF
Supported File Types are: Video mpg, mpeg, vob, mp4, wmv, asf, avi, m2t, m2ts, mts, m4v
Audio are: wav, mp3, wma, m4a
Image are: jpg, jpeg, png, bmp., gif
Ok…knowing the available formats helps.
I think you’re going to have to make some trade-offs here to get what you want.
Doing a rip of the original DVD with no compression will retain original quality. (looks like 5.1 or DTS sound may not be available to you, at least in multiplexed mpeg format). But, it’s gonna use mucho HD space for those files.
AVI will give you smaller files, but there will be a small loss with regards to picture quality, and see my comments for mpeg files re sound.
I’m not as familiar with the other files, so there may be options there that others could point out - be patient, and someone will read what I’ve said and expand on it.