archos_convert wrote:I've been using the directions to rip found in this forum's Stickie using the FairUse Wizard. It has been working great.
The only problem I had was that although the newly ripped file would play perfectly on my PC, after transferring it to my 605 the audio/video would be out of sync. The solution was to lower the file size from 700 megs to 600 megs and audio mp3 from 192 kbps to 128 kbps.
I read on other posts about using VirtualDub to correct this, but I'm not sure about the settings and re-encoding worked.
Thought maybe this would help other newbies...
Happy New Year!
Had the same problem after ripping some episodes of a TV show that I had recorded onto homemade DVD. Played perfectly on my PC, but the audio was way ahead of the video on the Archos, will now try going from 192 kbps to 128 kbps. Incidentally, I have the file size set for 250 for 20 minutes of video, is this too high also? I based it on 1.5 GB for a 2 hour movie. Also, I ripped the movie Trading Places and just used the default audio and everything worked fine, played perfectly on the PC and the Archos. Why did the audio default t0 192kbps on the TV episodes instead of 128kbps as it did for the movie?