[QUOTE=Jayster;2593236]For the last 4+ months I’ve been finding all disc to MP4 operations are producing a file where the audio leads the video by approx 1 second. I’ve found this is happening in both the configurations I use:
- PS3 profile with AAC 5.1 audio
- Generic MP4 profile with stereo audio
I saw an old post in the forum where someone said this can be fixed by using multiple freeware apps and doing mux/demux/re-encode operations. Mostly these were for MPG1/2 and more importantly, I don’t want to turn each rip into an all day project for one video.
Anyone else experiencing this? Is there a solution that doesn’t take an exorbitant amount of time? It would be nice if the software would allow us to intentionally slip either the audio or the video by a user-specified amount so that we can redo a rip and get a satisfactory result.[/QUOTE]
I was having the same issue, and the advice given to me was to use the DVD Copy or Blu Ray Copy option and set the save location to a folder on your computer’s desktop or something.
Then drag those files into the DVD Ripper/Blu Ray Ripper once they’re done copying.
Someone said it has to do with delay between devices. That worked for me.