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ATTN: CASEKONLY

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by S@T@N, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. S@T@N

    S@T@N 12oz Senior Member

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    ATTN: CASEKONLY

    Discussion started by S@T@N - Jan 27, 2004

    I would've used email, but I'm sure there are other people who could
    benefit from this info.




    So my problem is I recently got a dvd burner and installed it, but I'm not
    trying to rip and burn a regular movie. I'm trying to copy Family Guy
    Vol. 2 for someone, and of course, it's set up with multiple episodes and
    such. I haven't the slightest where to begin, and no tutorials I've read
    touch on burning episodes instead of movies.


    I ripped all of the files off the dvds using Smartripper. Then when I go
    to use FlashMPEG, there isn't just one .ifo to pick... there's like 5. Please
    help a brother out because I'm getting annoyed.
     
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    king kong - Replied Jan 27, 2004

    when i burned a dvd with episodes it treated each episode as a single movie
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Jan 27, 2004

    have a slurpee...

    http://img4.photobucket.com/albums/1103/mkmkmk/slurpee.jpg'>

    the answer to all life's problems...



    Rev. ABC/church of 7-11
     
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    yes, yes it is

    AMEN
     
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    S@T@N - Replied Jan 27, 2004

    Awww shucks, thanks mr. ab......... HEY WAIT THATS ALREADY EXPIRED
    YOU PRICK!
     
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    thats funny how the free slurpee is 12oz :lol: :D
     
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    ok, yeah, i think maybe you should use nero or maybe dvd moviefactory made by ulead (kazaa) to burn episode by episode...or treat them as one whole movie...setting up the menu just like the one on the original disc...maybe...ulead makes another utility for the called...dvd workshop. more advanced then dvd moviefactory, but easy to use, nonetheless.

    hope that helps.
     
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    btw: i'm honred that you would ask me. thanks, bruh.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    Hehe, well this isn't the first time you've come through with the corporate
    techie-level support. Thanks a lot, man.
     
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    ANOTHER AMEN
     
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    casekonly - Replied Jan 27, 2004

    one more thing..why are you using flask? are you makign a vcd or just trying to onvert the vob files over to mpg?

    i'd think with ulead dvd moviefactory or workshop, you could just slap the vobs in...

    dunno. anyway, the vob files are where it's at. if you really wanna get down to it, and make mpegs out of them, i'd try using flaskmpeg to convert the vob files to mpeg seperately, and then take each of those and drop it into dvd moviefactory (workshop) whatever...but maybe they can accept vob files...

    oh yeah, there's also, dvd x copy or something...kazaa search for dvd in software...you'll find it. it'll straight up copy that shit for ya...peaz
     
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    no prob. i sorta enjoy it. keeps me on my toes.
     
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    S@T@N - Replied Jan 27, 2004

    The only reason I'm using FlaskMPEG is because I was following tutorials
    for burning whole movies, which used DVD Decoder, FlaskMPEG, and
    a DivX codec.


    This is worthless... when I ripped the dvd, I got 7 large .vob's, which I
    thought were the episodes... but that dvd has 8 episodes, and I don't
    know what the fuck to think.
     
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