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2 disc (bin/cue) join onto 1 DVD?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Spunks3, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. Spunks3

    Spunks3 Regular member

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    alright, i have 2 discs, both are bin/cue files, so i have 2 bin files and 2 cue files. i was wondering if there is anyway i can join them into one, or extract the movie file out of them so i can make 1 Movie image and burn it to DVD+R??, can any1 please help mee???
     
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    Hi there spunks3,

    TMPGEnc then TMPGEnc DVD Author should do it -

    Cheers,

    Pete
     
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    how do i open he bin/cue files with TMPGenc?
     
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    You would use ISObuster or similar app to extract the mpg(s) from within.
    Then encode with whatever encoder you have (to MPEG2 DVD complaint , so correct screen res & 48,000Hz audio)
    TMPGEnc DVD Author to convert to VOB format (it'll burn for you aswell or use Nero etc)
     
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    when i connect the mpg's with DV-Tool... it doesnt give the correct time, and it gets messed up where it is supposed to be connected... do u know how to fix this, or is there any other program i can use... i am currently trying MPEG2VCR, but if i want good quality without skips, its going to take about 15 hours to save it...
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    I would extract w/ ISObuster , then encode mpg to MPEG2 (dvd complaint) with MainConcept MPEG Encoder ... after a couple of hrs I'd then convert to VOB format using TMPGEnc DVD Author [then burn-baby-burn] :)
     
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    TMPGEnc DVD Author will merge the two files during it's conversion to VOB format btw...
     
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    so i dont even have to join them with a different program??
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    in a word ... no

    :)
     

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