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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by hlr429, Sep 29, 2003.

  1. hlr429

    hlr429 Member

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    i download a movie, and converted it to an mpeg file, but when i try to burn it with nero, i get an error message, saying that it's an unsupport file format. the file converts to mpeg fine, but i noticed that there is an additional file form in the coverting process. the additional file, is an .rsrc file. i think it was encode with mac and i am a pc user.
     
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    hi all

    does the file play? in powerdvd say or windows medis player?

    not sure what your rsrc file? but nero v6 has bugs get update for v6.0.0.15 !!! maybe that?

    are you trying to burn to dvd? or keep as mpeg?

    did you burn file as mpeg1 or mpeg2 ? as nero might not like one or you need an mpeg2 code update from nero website but you have to buy i think?

    thxxx
     
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    both powerdvd and media player says that the file is an unsupported file format.i'm trying to burn to cd-r, which i have done before. when i convert from cue/bin to mpeg 1, the file converts with no problem, but after it is converted to mpeg, it won't play. i looked up .rsrc file on the net, and it said that it was a mac file, but i am a pc user, could this be the problem and if so, how can i convert a file that was encode with mac to pc format
     
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    ok, i got it to play in powerdvd, but the picture is scrambled, and each chapter of the movie is a separate mpeg, now what
     
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    ok, that worked, now i have one of the files that is too big to put on cd-r, is there a way to expand the file so that i can copy it to 2 disks instead of one
     
  7. koola

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    Ok, it sounds like your doing alot od hard work and getting no where.

    An easier method is to use the MainConcept Mpeg encoder and re-encode the downloaded file into either VCD or SVCD, ( make sure you enter the correct bitrate)then burn using Nero.

    Easy :D
     
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    ok, i tried that, but it on recorded segments, i would really like to know how to expanded the file to another disk or compress it, because the quailty is great, please give me a solution
     
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    Out fo curiosity, why would it have created a binary file when converting to Mpeg1 (.RSRC)?
     
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    the file was download as a .rar file, i unpacked it and converted it to a cue/bin file, and from there, converted it to a mpeg, but in the process of converting to a cue/bin file an additional file was created with the extension .rsrc
     
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    Ah right, what program did you use to convert the CUE & BIN file to mpeg? TMPGEnc?
     
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    no, when i unpack the .rar files it automaticaly converted, i used winrar
     
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    Winrar converted CUE / BIN to mpeg format? Im not really up on CUE / BIN files since i dont use them ya see ;-)
     
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    no, winrar converted .rar files to cue/bin. i tried to use tmpgenc to split the cue/ bin file into two parts, but every time i hit run i boots me out
     

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