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Old 4 Dec 2006, 08:43 AM   #1
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Hiya all!
I'm new here and new to DVD ripping. Somebody recommended that I get DVD Decrypter and autogk. I did that and from what I've done so far I like both programs, followed the guides and everything. However I ran into a problem I can't find an answer for anywhere. When I used autogk there's no sound in the finished avi. I tried both xvid and divx but nothing with either. There's one audio track only in the main window. It says Unknown language AC3 2ch. The only other option in the drop down menu is no audio track, so I used the unknown language one but nothing I really hope I just made some stupid rookie mistake and somebody here can help me. I have auto gk version 2.27

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