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Thread: Rm Files

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    is there a program to convert .rm or .ram files to avi or mpg or nething else? or to save it to hard drive

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    rm Converter

    Also,
    Saving Streaming Video.
    (Only if you care - It is illegal in US to use this due to a lawsuit with RealMedia. )
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    neither worked, rmconverter said my .ram or .rm filess wasn&#39;t a "real video" file

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    Well you have to have the "*.rm or *.ram" file saved on your hard drive and then try converting. I guess you must have done that.

    How about the second one? does it record the streaming video?

    That is what i remember from before.

    If that doesnt work, try searching on google for "saving rm files" or "convert rm to mpeg."
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  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    I use EO Video.
    You&#39;ll be able to convert to avi or mpg, even vcd mpeg.

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    TINRA converts .rm to .avi

    (This Is Not Real Anymore)


    edit: typo

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    does the file need to be saved for tinra or eo video, coz i tried them but they didn&#39;t work

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    [i]Originally posted by uNz@17 November 2003 - 00:03
    TINRA converts .rm to .avi

    (This Is Not Real Anymore)


    edit: typo
    Tinra rocks. But youll need the tinra gui and the stabalizer file if you dont want to run it from the command line.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    For EO Video version 1.2--

    (wish I knew how to post screenshots in this forum, would make things easier and clearer)

    Open EO and you&#39;ll notice on the right hand panel there&#39;s a gray area. Drag the rm file there.

    On the bottom of EO window, you&#39;ll notice tabs. Click the one that says "Converter".

    You&#39;ll notice once you&#39;re in the Converter window there&#39;s an "Output format" drop down with which you can choose mpeg or avi.

    In the "Compression" drop-down, you can choose for example between mpeg-1 or mpeg(vcd) or svcd.

    After you choose whatever format and compression you want, hit the "convert" button on the right side and let it do its work. RM conversions aren&#39;t very fast so you&#39;ll need patience, but then, if you&#39;re using Kazaa or Klite to d/l movies, patience is a learned virtue.

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    "hit the "convert" button on the right side"

    Oop,s this should read on the left hand side.

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