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backup dvd-r MPEG1

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by rhumcafe, Apr 29, 2004.

  1. rhumcafe

    rhumcafe Guest

    I have a problem playing dvd "the romance of the 3 kingdoms" on standalone player, but computer is ok

    check disc info with nero info tool ... that it is region all, NTSC, 4:3, and "MPEG1,720x480" ( that is weird! It should be mpeg2, isnt it?)

    Note: i have already used "shrink3.1.7" and burn w/nero and it wont work.

    ===> thinking of riping *.vob to mpeg1, then convert to mpeg2, etc ... but want to keep all the menu, features :((( to much work

    consider i am newbie, any info would help - thanks
     
  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    MPEG1 on a DVD? Does tis disc play in your DVD player?
     
  3. rhumcafe

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    as I stated, I have problem with it :) . Not a chance on any standalone dvd player. it can be played on computer.

    My point is to make a back up which can be played on dvd player.

    Any help?
     
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    So i take it the Romance of the 3 Kingdoms is not an original then. If its MPEG1 it shouldnt be on a DVD Disc and will need to be covnerted to MPEG2
     
  5. rhumcafe

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    yeah, it sounds weird.
    But it looks to me as "original" dvd (white silver bottom-pressed disc-not burning, printed top) but after check info with nero I would think this was made in china! Ah, there's one more thing which showed up on nero: It said "dvd-rom", not usual as dvd video or dvd-r
    I dont know how to convert from *vob(with mpeg1) to mpeg2 and also all the feature, menus ... sounds
    Beside of that, this movie is about 30 dvds :-( moaning ehhhh.
    is there any fast way?
     

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