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How to? HD DVD wmv file to DVD

Discussion in 'HD DVD discussion' started by nerd1, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. nerd1

    nerd1 Member

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    Hi not sure if this is appropriate here.

    I found a HD-DVD image, and on the disk it's got the following

    HD-DVD9 Files <Dir>
    XXXXXXX.wmv

    Is that what should be on the HD-DVDs? I was interesested in converting this to a standard DVD. I noticed that in the HD-DVD9 Files directory, its got a bunch of HTML files and various folders. There's a autorun.inf file so I had a peak and ran the file it runs when you open the folder(or disk?) and the menu came up. Is there any way to convert this menu as well?

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  2. Halen5150

    Halen5150 Regular member

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    dude, barely anybody has even touched one of these new disc formats; their still just nearing some release dates. How did you even find something like that anyway? (Especially if it's not in a full forced release yet.)
     
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  3. diabolos

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    nerd1 isn't talkin about HD-DVD the format. Are you?

    I think nerd1 is talking about WMV-HD DVDs with windows media 9 (VC-1) files on them.

    I havn't found a way to get pass Microsofts DRM. Thats the hard part.

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  4. nerd1

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    well I dont actually what the file structures are on a HD-DVD. So I dont know if I actually have a HD-DVD disk or not. Its just the way its labeled.

    On there there are the file and diretory as in my original post. It is probably as you suggested, a windows media 9 file.

    I guess the problem is with DRM then..
     
  5. diabolos

    diabolos Guest

    I'm pretty sure its no an HD-DVD be cause its named HD-DVD9. DVD-9 is a one sided dual layer disc. An HD-DVD9 has to be a DVD-9 disc with HD content on it. The file extension suggests the file is a Window Media Video HD (VC-1) A/V stream.

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