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MagicISO converts movie from bin file format?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by SLBeck, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. SLBeck

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    I've made several coasters now trying to use MagicISO on a downloaded movie that is in bin format. I got an exact copy of what was downloaded. Duh... Obviously I'm using it incorrctly! How do I do it? When I opened it as a movie, it made a vob file. Can't play that either. Help! The fog has not lifted!
     
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    If it's a.bin file then it would be a VCD.
    Run DVD Decrypter, Mode > ISO > Write.
    Load the .bin file, look at the size (probably 700~800MB), put a cd in the drive and burn.

    http://www.mrbass.org/dvdrip/
     
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    OK, I downloaded and installed DVD Decrypter. Located the bin file and set it to iso write. Got this error message:

    Your image doesn't appear to be in the correct format for burning onto a dvd.
    Image format: Mode2/form1/2352
    DVD format: Mode 1/2048
    Would you like to continue anyway?

    What do I do now? I'm stuck!
     
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    In dvd decrypyter, what size does it say the image is.
    Note the size in this example and the time.
    This example is a CD image (bin) and would burn to a CD.

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    That's the message you get if you insert the wrong media.
    If it's a CD image it has to be burned to a cd.

     
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    Strange. The size is 846,710,592 bytes. It's being sent to my dvd burner. Isn't that size too big for a cd? Will a cd play in a dvd player?
     
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    Probably a KVCD.
    Burn it to CD and it should play OK.
     
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    You're right! Ok! I will do that as soon as I buy some CD's. Do the same constraints apply to CD's as it does to DVD's? I use TY's DVDs now and wouldn't change brands for the world. Do they sell CD's too?

    Thanks for the help!
     
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    An after thought --- is there any way to convert it to a dvd instead of a cd? I have to buy Cds because I'm out of them where I have DVDs on hand...
     
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    I guess I'm slow tonight. I don't understand what the thread says to do. The file in my mpeg folder isn't an avi. It's avseq01.dat
     
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    I believe that once the file is extracted you add .mpg to the name and treat it as an mpeg file .
    You can play it or covert it as you wish.
     

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