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2002 OSU 45 - Texas tech 21

Discussion in '2002 Football Torrents' started by Best Buckeye, Feb 7, 2008.

  1. Best Buckeye

    Best Buckeye Pretending I'm a pleasant person is exhausting. Staff Member

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  2. OregonBuckeye

    OregonBuckeye Semper Fi Buckeyes

  3. BUCKYLE

    BUCKYLE Washed

    I was at that game. I need to figure these torrents out soon.
     
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  4. Spielman36

    Spielman36 Freshman

    Last game you attended? :oh:
     
  5. tibor75

    tibor75 Banned

    The biggest NFl star who played in that game (at least currently) was...Wes Welker.
     
  6. ginn421

    ginn421 Think Long

    Anybody else having problems burning this to DVD? I have Nero and it's telling me that since this file is over 2GB, it cannot be stored in an .ISO system. Any help?
     
  7. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    Is Nero trying to burn to an ISO 9660 disk?

    These .iso files should be good on any DVD, the .iso files were generated from parent DVDs - are your options in Nero set for DVD media?
     
  8. Best Buckeye

    Best Buckeye Pretending I'm a pleasant person is exhausting. Staff Member

    If you don't get that done I will be uploading that game in a smaller version and maybe it will be under 2 Gig.
     
  9. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    Nero should be able to burn to 8.5 GB with no problem (if properly updated) no matter the extension given to the image file.

    All other DVD burning software will have no problems with >2 -- 8.5 GB .iso files. Nudging file size just under 2GB is not the solution to this problem, getting the burning software correctly set up to do it's job is the key.
     
  10. ginn421

    ginn421 Think Long

    I've burned tons of these DVD's before with no problems...so I'm not sure if any configuration was changed or anything. I'm burning onto a DVD+R 4.7GB disc.

    Here is what the prompt says: "The file VR_MOVIE.IFO is larger than 2 GB and therefore cannot be stored in an ISO file system. Please use the UDF file system to write such large files. This can be done by selecting another compilation type."

    I have never heard of a UDF file type (pretty sure it doesn't mean United Dairy Farmers :biggrin:).
     
  11. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    I'll get ya man.


    fucking slackers...

    :io:
     
  12. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    About UDF - UDF is actually a formal file system in which DVDs are written.

    Q1 - Merely clarifying ... Is it the .IFO file which is being bumped or the .iso image file?

    Q2 - Have you tried an alternative burning program like imgburn?

    Q3 - Have you tried burning at a lower speed setting?

    Q4 - What is the physical size of the file in bytes - and question 4(A) to the maker of the .iso file - what was the physical size as generated?

    (Reason for Q4 is if there is a mismatch between the two .ISO file sizes it might mean that you have a bad image).
     
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  13. Best Buckeye

    Best Buckeye Pretending I'm a pleasant person is exhausting. Staff Member

    I have a need. I found out that video redo converts vob files to mpg , but not to divx. so now I need to know a program that will either convert vob to divx or from mpg to divx? any one have any solutions or programs?
     
  14. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    BB - Autogk or XMPEG

    AutoGk is easier to use.
    XMPEG is more versatile.

    Brings me back to the true subject of this thread - the .ISO file / .IFO file etc.

    When I look at the torrent info it shows the contents as a .VRO file - if the delivered content is essentially one .IFO and one 3GB .VRO file then this is the correct approach ginn421 might follow.

    A - make a copy of the .VRO file.
    B - rename extension on the file to .mpg
    C - run that copy through any normal DVD creator / authoring program. This should yield a normal (expected) .IFO / .VOB file tree and will burn to DVD more problem free.

    Worth a try anyway.
     
  15. Best Buckeye

    Best Buckeye Pretending I'm a pleasant person is exhausting. Staff Member

    Ok two things number one this thread is is more or less hijacked and these q AND a should be moved to a proper thread so that this one can remain true to its intended use. If a Mod or admin could move all of this discussion to the Mega thread it that would be great.
    when we originally started this we held a vote to decide which format we wanted these files to be and the vote went something like 100 -3 for divx.
    So I have been aiming to get all my files to that format.
    With my vcr to dvd recorder I can make either vob or vro files so I am already to the point you are trying to get me to Sandgk.
    Video redo can edit the vob or vor files and make the out put mpg files but not dix.
    It can also make the output dvd.
    So My question now is what format are we going to do these in/
    I like the dvd/vob/vor because they can be played on my vcr/dvd pplayer and thus on my tv.
    I was only trying to load up divx so as to keep the voted output uniform.
    I believe the divx format was selected also because of file size.
    I already have two games that I edited and have ready to upload in the mpg form or I could re edit them and put them into a dvd format and then upload it.
    we just need to get together on what we are doing. And it is we Bper's who have to decide that , not people who have other websites who come here just to download these games
     

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