We are a record company and we have had a DVD produced of our 38 music videos. They are on average around 3 mins long each. For each of the 38 videos we want to get high quality AVI or MPG files for the PC for archiving purposes (these will probably be 200-400mb). We also want lower quality versions for uploading to YouTube etc to help promote our artists.
We have tried a few tools to rip the DVD ourselves but have not been 100% succesful. We can rip the videos but the audio is out of sync with the video by 5 seconds. We believe this to be because each video has a 5 second title which has been done as a still single graphic unanimated frame with 5 seconds of metadata padding.
If you can figure out how to rip this and get it perfectly in sync then cool. Failing that you would have to rip the audio and video streams and then EXACTLY match them up. Alternatively you could do the whole thing in an editing suite.
1) We will be able to send the DVD anywhere in the world but somewhere with quick cheap/post would be preferable.
2) Peform a single encoding and upload the results to our FTP server of the high res and low res. If this is all good then the job to complete is yours.
3) The remaining 37 jobs can be done and returned as DATA on DVDs / DATs. Each high quality rip should be broadcast quality. The low quality file should be 20-30mb. 38 videos low and hi-res = 76 files in all. The files must be in PC formats on PC formated DVDs.