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save as .d2v

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by assripper, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. assripper

    assripper Member

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    when i use DVD2avi and i save the project as a .d2v the static windows becomes actives and the remaining time jumps up yo around 3hours 20minutes and then starts going down in real time, the manual say about 1 with a 800 mhz im usin a 550 mhz so i expeected around 1:30, is this right ?? last time i didnt wait for it to finish and when i went into TMPGE and tried to open it it said unsupported type but i could open the intro which was around 30 seconds long is this because i didnt allow the main video to be saved properly or am i doing somthing wrong ???? please help me
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    Yeah, you need to wait until the whole process is finished. Time really depends on few factors: your HDD speed, how fragmented your HDDs are, are you creating WAV and d2v to same _physical_ drive where your VOBs are, your CPU speed, memory available, is moon full tonight and how does whales mate on that specific day.
     

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