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Thread: HD File Help

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    Heres an odd question I know..when I get my hd files they are in viewable files but around 90-100 of them
    how do I connect them together for one file?Thank yuo

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    They are little rar files. You need to get a program like winrar from http://rarlabs.com/download.htm and then open one of the rar files with winrar and push extract.

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    mikeco's Avatar Rossco's Manager
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    r the files in .TS format?

    if so then u can play them in videolan, but u do get the annoying small jump when it opens up the next .TS file in the playlist.
    there are ways of joining the .TS files into 1 big TS file but im unable to find a way of doing this

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    yea they are the .ts format..there has to be a way to join them..

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    Thanks trying it now..do you lose quality in them?

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    I didn't notice it. It might be some.

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    I'm using NullPacketStripper to merge .ts files. It's really simpel and easy.

    And if you have damaged .ts files, tryout VideoReDo to fix them, it worked for me.

    NullPacketStripper

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    Why merge them? Just playback as a DVD movie. Use something like Power DVD and open the VIDEO_TS.IFO file to start it.

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    There is no IFO files, just a bunch of .TS files.

    Isn't IFO files just on/for dvd's?
    Last edited by MultiForce; 09-10-2006 at 08:12 PM.

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