I used DVD Shrink to take episodes off of my Star Trek Voyager Season 1 set and put them onto my hard drive.
I used no compression and deep analysis.
There is one place in every episode that has the same problem.
In the opening credits the Voyager ship is passing through a cloud of blue vapor.
Then in the next scene you see a asteroid moving to the right while the camera moves to the left to show a planet.
The moving asteroid has jagged edges.
The jagged edges are more like horizontal lines of video that are out of sync.
I used DVD Decrypter to copy the entire dvd to my hard drive.
The video still has the jagged edges.
The original dvd plays fine but the files on the hard drive look jagged.
I also took some cartoons I recorded on my stand alone DVD Recorder and tried to use DVD Shrink and DVD Decryptor on them.
They have the same jagged edges only it looks worse on the cartoons.
Someone I talked too said that from my discription that the video is deinterlaced.
I don’t know what to do to fix the problem.
I have a Pioneer 109 burner I plan to install after I can get this problem fixed.
My computer is a:
Compaq Presario 6000T
Intel Pentium 4 Processor 2.53 GHZ
512MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM (1 DIMM)
64 GB UDMA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
128MB DDR nVidia GeForce4 Ti4200
Win XP Home Edition
16x max dvd-rom drive
32x cd-rw drive