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Length of Video & Audio Not matching after PGDemux Step

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Hello,

I am fairly new but I have ran through all of the Boone's steps all the way through once to create a fanedit. Now I am wanting to go back and improve on the first fanedit I made, so instead of pulling my original project up in Sony Movie Studio I decided to go back through all the steps again using my fanedited disc that I had created originally and rip it and start from scratch using it. The problem I am running into is that my audio file is not matching my video file when I import them into Sony Movie Studio. I noticed it after I ran through the PGDMux step. The audio file seems correct, showing the duration at 02:04:34 and the video file is showing 00:53:36, but the whole movie is there?


Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 

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That's quite a drastic change in length.  I've had problems before of merging audio and video files together only to find out that one is longer than the other.  For me, the solution was found in the FPS.  Whereas one was ripped at 24fps, the other was at 23.978fps.  However, that kind of descrepancy wouldn't make a 2 hour movie only 53 minutes.  So, I would still look at this first, but the problem may lie elsewhere.
 

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how did you rip the disc to your hard drive? There could be lingering copy protection issues, or a bad copy.
 

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gracie1979 said:
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gracie1979

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ThrowgnCpr said:
how did you rip the disc to your hard drive? There could be lingering copy protection issues, or a bad copy.

I ripped it using DVDFab8 doing a copy of the Video_TS Folder and the Audio_TS Folder. It's very strange because when I went through the first fan edit I did a couple of years ago, I did not run into this problem. I am using the disc that I burned my first fan edit to so I am not sure if that is the issue.
 
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