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How to rip a .mov??

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  1. Th3On3

    Th3On3 Member

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    Hello,

    I got Rush Hour 2 in a .mov format and i need to know how to rip it to a dvd, do i gotta convert it to DVD format?? if so what program do i gotta use?? or can i just burn it with nero with out doing anything??

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    check out the bbmayo link or the scubapete link in my sig.
     
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    Which one do i look at?? none of them say anything about MOV files.

    Thanks
     
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    From Bbmayo's site:

    http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/NVE.html

    NeroVsion Express: allows you to convert your file to dvd files with menus, if you want. It's not free, but results are good.

    http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/AVItoDVD.html

    VSODivxToDVD will convert almost every media file to dvd compliant files. Then use a burning app such as Nero (under dvd-video mode) and burn it to a blank dvd. It's quick and free, but no ability to create menus as of now. A future shareware version will implement this feature. Depending on how much your file is compressed (if any) you might notice the quality is not a as clear and might have some audio sync problems.

    If the resulting dvd-compliant files are bigger than 4.36 GB, then you can run it thru DVD Shrink to compress so it would fit onto a blank dvd.

    If you have any more questions, search around the site using the search function on the top of the site.
     
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    Thanks,

    Ya i know how to do all that but for some reason when i open up DivX to DVD and then i open up the movie file which is a .mov file it gives me some error. But other files such as avi and mpg they work fine.

    Since that dont work you said i can convert the movie with neroexpress vision? which i have but i dont know how to use it. But im guessing this is the tutorial to use for that http://home.comcast.net/~bbmayo/NVE.html correct??

    Thanks
     
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    Do you have the latest quicktime codecs? If not, you can install the codecs without installing quicktime:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_players/quicktime_alternative.cfm

    Yes, you should be able to. Read this thread to set up your computer correctly when doing any ripping, encoding, transcoding, burning, etc...

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/183136
     
  7. Th3On3

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    All Right. but that codecs download was that for the audio or something??

    Cause before i even saw your last post i went ahead and riped the movie to a DVD with NeroExpress and then riped it with Nero Burning rom. The video played but their was no sound what so ever. So i was wondering if that codecs download was for sound. and if it was do i have to re convert the MOV file?? cause when i tryed playing the converted files their were no sound at all.
     
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    Hmmm...you may need an AC filter for your movie, try installing this:

    http://www.free-codecs.com/download/AC3_Filter.htm

    Try converting again after you have installed the ac filter.

    What did you use to view .vobs (in the VIDEO_TS folder)?
     
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    Ok, Thanks i will try that.

    And their are no .VOB files in the video_ts folder their are only VTS and BUP files.

    But i used Nero to view the VTS files
     

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