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Since there's no bookmark, I want to transfer movies by splitting the chapters. I use DVDFab Platinum for this and have used various frame resolutions, bitrates & theses: avi(h264 + mp3), avi(xvid + mp3). The computer OS I'm using is XP and I still have the original FW. My knowledge is limited and I don't know what else to do. Please help. Thanks!

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Go to Google.com and search Audacity download, you can download a mixer to separate a sound file into different sound files.
then make a folder in the book section (name it whatever the book is) and then put the chapters in there to keep it organized.
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CUDA acceleration was on for all but the first video, CUDA is an Nvidia technology that speeds up the encoding and decoding of h264 files which is the reason the h264 files were significantly faster than the xvid files. <br /><br />PavTube <br />4 files <br /><br />Codec: h264 HD <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 9000 <br />Size: 230mb <br />Speed: 12:57 (CUDA acceleration was off) <br /><br />Codec: MPEG(xvid) HD <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 12000 <br />Size: 307mb <br />Speed: 8:40 <br /><br />Codec: h264 <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 9000 <br />Size: 232mb <br />Speed: 3:20 <br /><br />Codec: MPEG(xvid) <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 12000 <br />Size: 307mb <br />Speed: 8:40 <br /><br /><br />Aunsoft <br />4 files <br /><br />Codec: h264 HD <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 9000 <br />Size: 232mb <br />Speed: 3:19 <br /><br />Codec: MPEG(xvid) HD <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 12000 <br />Size: 307mb <br />Speed: 8:40 <br /><br />Codec: h264 <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 9000 <br />Size: 232mb <br />Speed: 3:20 <br /><br />Codec: MPEG(xvid) <br />Resolution: 1920x1080 <br />Bit Rate: 12000 <br />Size: 307mb <br />Speed: 8:47 <br /><br />As you can see the file sizes and speeds were almost identical between Aunsoft and Pavtube. 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But note at these settings your probably looking at 10GBs per movie so these settings are for people who share what is and isn't important for me. Even if this is not what your looking for I would still recommend Pavtube as the ripper of choice but instead of the xvid codec at 12000 bit rate I would go with the h264 codec at 9000 bit rate because you won't sacrifice clarity, just color. <br /><br /><br /><b>Tips</b> <br />If you are looking to test video quality for yourself look for a chapter when under Title Mode (on the Pavtube UI) that is rather short but has a good display of colorful moving objects and rip that chapter into different formats and settings. <br /><br />When ripping the full movie switch the UI to File Mode and rip only the main file. The reason I recommend switching to File Mode is because if you rip both the title and all the chapters under Title Mode it will actually rip the movie twice. 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