Posted by: ardirtbiker
From my own experiences, not all DVDs can be ripped to the hard drive with LMCE... I too had to use another program. However, the .dvd extension is the same as a .iso file.. just rename them to .dvd.
As for jerky video.. is it fine while just watching a movie? Are you ripping a disc to the same drive that the movie is being played from? If so, it may just be a limitation... you may also try installing a newer nVidia driver.. Im running 185 right now and HD video is much better.
Is it fine while just watching a movie. -> NO.
I'll try up dating the nvidia driver and see what happens.
Posted by: Techstyle
with regards to the jittery, choppy, jerky video please give us a little more info:
1) which UI are you using? so when in the AV wizard did you pick 'static images', 'OpenGL with overlay' or OpenGL with alpha blending'
2) which driver are you using for hardware acceleration? in Web admin > Devices > Media directors look under 'hardware acceleration' to find the driver name - you should be able to use 'vdpau' with your card (I believe). I have had an issue previously with the 'xv' driver that results in the video getting choppier and choppier with each new video played, this gets better again by reloading the router - I have no idea if this is still an issue.
1) i'm using UI version 2 with alpha blending.
2) xv, I'll change it to vdpau, update the drivers and post results.