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    McrslV's Avatar Hammer Smashed Face
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    this is the first time ive seen a movie in .dat format, so excuse me if i seem n00bish. how do i burn it? and again, if this has been answered alreaady, kindly point me to it, cuz i cant seem to find anything.

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    if kazaa said the download is finished and it remains a .dat file you need to change the filename to .mpg or .avi

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    oh, no, sorry, it came from suprnova/bittorrent. and its finished.

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    sure its not a bin or a rar/tar file
    you're mistaken I believe

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    nope, heres the file name "cold creek manor disk2.DAT" i renamed disc 1 to iso and tried mounting it, but nothing happens.

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    well I checked sn & looks like you got dats ?
    http://vcdgear.com/ get that and run it, pick dat to mpeg then burn it with nero as vcd or svcd depending on what gsopt tells you
    mpeg 2 =svcd
    mpeg 1=vcd

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    ill try that. you da man. B)

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    a DAT file is usually an MPEG that's been formatted for VCD compliance. you can just open it with a movie player like WMP, or you can create a VCD project with Nero (or whatever you use to burn) and drop the file into it.

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    Use Gspot to find out with which codec it was encoded. It is probably a MPG/MPEG but if it is not, you can re-encode it using TMPGenc Plus.

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