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Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by dvdplayah, Jul 7, 2005.

  1. dvdplayah

    dvdplayah Guest

    no.. i didnt check errors! i know i probably shouldve but i havent done it at all ... im too impatient... lol don't wanna have to wait for the download wait for the check error thing then wait for the conversion thats alot ov waiting for an impatient person... but if ur saying that could b the problem... then i guess i have no choice eh? lol... iite thnx again man!!! i'll let u know how it turns out!!
     
  2. dvdplayah

    dvdplayah Guest

    oh and i did also try winavi.. ive tried using it in the past n this time it had the same results... it froze up.. but this time it did it while it was at 99% with 1 second left.. i left it converting when i went to bed and woke up it was at 99% so i left it for about a half hour and still same spot. so i ctrl alt del.. for my task manager to come up and it was not responding(same results as b4 when i used it)
     
  3. Bawjawz

    Bawjawz Guest

    That did actually did happen with one of mine using WINAVI. And it only left 2 VOB files come to think of it, no IFOs etc. Man my short term memory needs upgraded. Maybe at some point in the future it will come back to me what caused it. I think I blamed Clone DVD or the Elby Virtual Drive, and also had problems playing DVD copies in my PC DVD Player but worked fine on the PC DVD writer which burned the copies..... de-installed Clone DVD and Elby Virtual Drive, sorted it.

    I sometimes get a WINAVI freeze on xx% if I do a big downloads and then a DIVX conversion (probly memory leak in XP Pro).

    After you do a big download try rebooting PC to clear out memory properly before converting. Started using Memory Zipper Pro again recently to manage memory better (doesn't slow to a snail's pace after several hours using memory intensive programs).

    Try it and see. Who knows... Clone DVD and Elby Drive don't like my setup so I moved to Alcohol 120% (has virtual drive along with it which is good for images also), so far so good.
     
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  4. scf_au

    scf_au Regular member

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    Dear dvdplayah,

    You need to be more patient and yes, check for errors. It only takes a few minutes.

    If you have done that and it still wouldn't work, then I'll tell you what to do next.
     
  5. dvdplayah

    dvdplayah Guest

    ok.. i have checked for errors.. with divxfix and it says errors 0 but i guess the problem im having with vsodivx to dvd converter only on some videos tho... in the description box it says video packet dropped due to errors on frame 2-4-6-8 ect.ect. soo.. im not sure whut to do with this ... i mean ive converted and burned about 20 movies since u started helping me with it soo... i know that it does work... it's jus some of the last few movies ive downloaded like id say about 5 of the last 12 that i dl'd im having this problem with!!!! please help thank u
     
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    So that's really not too bad, considering there could be all kinds of errors with downloaded movies. Anyway, you may try use a different converting program (e.g. DVDSanta) and see if it's better.

    Good luck!

     
  7. dvdplayah

    dvdplayah Guest

    ok i have dvd santa i'll try it but i remember it being one of the ones i tried b4 that i couldnt get working... but n e way... whut exactly is an iso? is it an image like the bin/cue thing... like so if i downloaded an iso.. could i burn that directly to disc depending on if the source file it was created from was like vcd or svcd or vob??
     
  8. dvdplayah

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    is there a place where i can get a cracked version of iso buster or where i can get a keygen for it?
     
  9. scf_au

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    Sorry about missing your posts 'cos I've been out of town. iso is an image file. If you have downloaded one onto your harddisk, you can use DVD Decrypter to burn it to dvd. Just select 'iso-write' under 'mode'. If you want to check before burning, you may create a virtual drive with Daemon Tools, Nero, or Alcohol 120% etc., then 'mount' the iso to the virtual drive for checking or viewing.

    Re. isobuster, can't help you with the keygen thing.

    As I do not have my toys with me, this is the best I could do for the time being.



     
  10. dvdplayah

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    ok... another img file question... i downloaded a movie.. that had an img file... extracted it with iso buster... burned it put it in my dvd.. and it's pal not ntsc... sooo is there a way to convert an img file thas pal.. to ntsc?
     
  11. Bawjawz

    Bawjawz Guest

    No offence intended but...

    What happened to all the Wolves?

    Too many lambs and shepherds here....

    ie have you even tried to resolve the issue by yourself?
     
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  12. dvdplayah

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    if that was the case and everybody was able to come up with the solution all there own.. then there would b NO reason for these QnA forums now would there. u don't wanna help thas coo.. but theres no reason for u to comment if it's not gunna b helpfull especially when someone is already frustrated as it is!!
     
  13. Bawjawz

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    I didnt say everybody...

    You are obviously a lamb in need of shepherding.

    This is the place for you, I am only trying to inspire you to become a wolf.

    As I said, "No offence intended"...

    Have fun.
     
  14. scf_au

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    Dear dvdplayah,
    Sorry for this late reply 'cos I've been out of town all this while. Some programs (e.g. DVDSanta, Nero) would let you choose the video system (pal, ntsc) before transcoding. So if you have an avi or mpeg, you may try this method. But if you have a movie already in DVD compliant format (i.e. with Video_TS folder), then you may need to convert it into avi or mpeg first.
    Cheers!
     

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