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ifo edit and xp

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by natcolley, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. natcolley

    natcolley Guest

    I see on the site where you recommend using win2k, but all I have is xp, so what should/can I do now? Thanx
    - a very new and non tech newbie
  2. EliteHB

    EliteHB Guest

    I don't think you'll have much trouble with XP nor win98. The reason win2k's recommended is because it's regarded as being more stable.
  3. drchips

    drchips Active member

    Nov 29, 2003
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    Agreed about Win2K and XP, disagree about Win98.

    Some of the work that is done that is beyond simple ripping/burning only works properly with NTFS filesystems, due to the file-size limits of Win98 etc...

    XP is fine, if you are happy with it.

  4. thedagger

    thedagger Member

    Mar 8, 2004
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    I have xp and ifoedit works fine for me
  5. natcolley

    natcolley Guest

    Well, this is probably good news, but sadly, it doesn't help me. I thought maybe my problem was related to using xp, but now maybe not. I downloaded the free trial version of Super DVD Creator and IFO Edit. When I had a problem I wrote to the company behind Super DVD Creator but of course heard nothing back. Here is what I said:

    I have been trying to follow the directions for this thing but I have run into a roadblock on the infoedit. It finds the video file automatically, but not the audio file. When I tell it what file to use (it has 'aud' in the name but apparently not an 'm2a' extension) and then try to run it to VIDEO_TS it tells me it can't open the file to write to it. I wanted to make sure I could make this thing work before I paid for it. Please help. Thanx.

    So, any help out there? Thanx.

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