Whatever “properly” means in this context.
Not downloaded from the Internet, for example.
Good to know that we can consider your setup (hence the ripping software you are using + WD TV Live) to be the global reference for validating whether something has been ripped properly or not
But we should consider your problems to be globally relevant to all WDTV users, right?
We should send an eMail to the development teams of VLC, XBMC (Windows and Ubuntu), Microsoft Media Player, nVidia and AMD and tell them, that they didn’t implement the MKV and/or VC-1 specifications correctly as all the MKVs that judder on my WD TV Live play flawlessly on every other player/codec I’ve tested so far (including the combinations mentioned above)… shouldn’t we?
If you really think continous sarcasm is the smart way to go, fine by me. What you should do however, is to realize the major difference between hardware and software players. That would go a long way in solving those issues.
The fact that your rips are playing without judder definitely doesn’t prove, that those which judder got ripped improperly.
The fact that your rips judder definitely doesn’t prove that it’s WDTV’s fault.