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Using DVD Fab 9 you can rip a Blu-ray. You have an extra button on the left called Advanced Options. In that section you can put the picture quality to a higher level. When I would like the best picture, at what level do I put the frame speed ? It starts at 10 and goes up as high as you like. I often see a slight delay in the picture (frames ) when I rip/convert a Blu-ray. Very annoying. How can I modify this, please ? Meaning, what are the best levels to set to get the best picture which looks rather sharp, solid, smooth and without delay?

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The frames you see while you're converting are actually displayed as a preview. You can't have fluent playback while ripping or converting. That's just a simple preview to see how it looks. A higher setting will also increase the file size. If you're ripping a Blu-Ray, there is not a lot of quality improvement to achieve since you have what's already called the best. I recommend converting small portions of the movie. And adjust the quality factory based on that setting.

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