Xbox 360 convert

vbimport

#1

Is anyone else having trouble converting DVD to xbox360 (wmv)?

I have had trouble with this over the past 3 versions of DVDFab. Im currently running 5.2.2.2 and it stops mid-task and stops converting.

I’ve tried adjusting resolution, size, and bitrate with no luck.

.AVI and other formats work fine… comments? suggestions?


#2

[quote=bj973;2187529]Is anyone else having trouble converting DVD to xbox360 (wmv)?

I have had trouble with this over the past 3 versions of DVDFab. Im currently running 5.2.2.2 and it stops mid-task and stops converting.

I’ve tried adjusting resolution, size, and bitrate with no luck.

.AVI and other formats work fine… comments? suggestions?[/quote]
I’m doing this now as I just finished hooking up my new xbox. Will post back if I have problem or not


#3

Sorry to say but I have just 6 minutes left and it at 95%. Using default settings for the xbox 360 mobile and it working just fine. Will watch the movie after it finished. The movie I am doing is Step Brothers and I will post back if the movie streams and plays correctly later.


#4

Well it streamed and played correctly on my xbox the only problem I had was the video was a little small so I need to change that so it fits my 46 inch TV better. But 2 hours to rip and convert is too long for me I will stick to burning fulldisc to DVD and play that as it only takes 30 minutes max


#5

I left a DVD -> WMV conversion running overnight only to find that it had stopped, or something, as the cpu was no longer pegged, and this had been running for 6+ hours now.

I had to cancel the job.


#6

I have the same problem on some DVD. I am able to rip them but the conversion to xbox gets hosed. I am able to use the ripped files with other software. Guess I will have to go back to keeping all my dvds near by if this keeps up


#7

hi, all

Please try the new beta version 5.2.2.5.

any problem report is welcome, Thanks.


#8

Guys, Try the generic profile, and use xvid+Audiocopy (using the AVI Extension) - the encoding is much faster, and you get the benefit of 5.1 surround, which I think is lost in the WMV.