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Image File Help

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by phrozen06, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. phrozen06

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    I downloaded a file stated to be a dvd-r copy but when I got it the file type was a paint shop pro image. How do i burn this on a dvd-r playable in a stand alond dvd player? helop please
     
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    This is a new one.

    Try rendering the file with GSpot to find out what format it's in.
     
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    Thanks, gspot wouldn't play it, it was made with main concepts software. It won't open in Windows media player or WINDVD. I burned the image to a disk with dvd decrypter and it won't play in a stand alond dvd drive or on my computer dvdrom drive. Do you have any idea what I need to do?
     
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    I think I've got it, I think IsoBuster will extract the vts folder. I'll let you know if it doesn't work. If I don't reply, assume that it did.
     
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    I figured out what the problem really is. The image is for a PAL. I need to convert the VOB's to NTSC. I have seen many guides but they are all a lil too complex for me. I was looking for a simpler solution. I have found that Procoder and Vegas both can do this in what seems to be one click. Is this right and if so which is the better software?
     
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    PS, i would like to be able to keep the menu if possible, and I need a simpler interface, but willing to sacrifice both at the expense of better quality or faster encoding
     

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