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How to make split movie files into for writing to dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by gregg9212, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. gregg9212

    gregg9212 Member

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    Sorry more stupid questions. I new to all this and have recently started downloading rar files. I have worked out the extraction side of it and have now started to use an img burner after great advice on this site. However I've got another problem. When i abstract some rar files they are displayed as a file with the picture of a cd, but a few other are being abstracted and coming through in broken parts. About six of them are for the movie and when I click on them individually I can play that section of the film. I know which ones are parts of the film as they have the symbol of my media player. How do I join them, and write on Dvd. By the way the ones with the CD symbol i can just copy straight of with the img burner.
    Thanks Gregg
     
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    rdmercer1 Active member

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    convertxtodvd will do what you are asking to do
     
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    That has worked well with a smaller file which was in the xvid format, but it dosn't like the larger dvd formats. Is there anything else someone can please sugggest
     
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    Nero vision will also do this too.
     
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    never had any problems at all with large dvd files in convertxtodvd, you must be doing something wrong
     

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