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Turning img files to avi

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by DonMayhs, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. DonMayhs

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    Hi people, first post:)

    I have a file in an img format (.kob)...how do i turn into into an avi format so my computer can read it?

    also ive never seen a .kob format and ive googled it but i havent found anything concrete...anyone know why/what type of extension it is?

    Thnx
    Don Mayhs
     
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    Can you mount that image using Alcohol 120% or Daemon Tools?

    What is in that image?

     
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    neither programmes recognise it...

    and the extension is .kod not .kob

    i have already managed to burn it to dvd using imgburner and the dvd works but i want to make it an avi file so i can store it on my computer


    its a home video that my cousin made (in india) and i downloaded it...i have 3, ranging from 4-8gb's
     
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    Not much info about .kod files in google...

    Think easiest way is to use that dvd.
    Use program like DVDFab Decrypter to copy dvd-files to your hard drive and then use AutoGK to convert those files to .avi format.
     
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    thnx...is autogk any good?

    but burning dvds onto your computer gives you audio_ts and video_ts...how do i convert those folders?
     
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    I use AutoGK because it will do the job, it is free and it is easy to use.

    1. Copy audio_ts and video_ts to your hdd
    2. Open AutoGK and select file 01_0.ifo (normaly the movie, look video info to be sure)
    3. Select audio and subtitle settings.
    4. Select ouput size.
    5. Add job and Start.
     

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