VH 2012-02-08 The Forum Dress Rehearsal DVD5

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February 14, 2012 at 7:47 pm Quote #4650

guitard
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cobohall76:
I DID IT RIGHT THIS TIME!!!! Don’t know how but I did. Is the total size like 5.08GB for a Dual Layer?? Nice menu. Thanks again Ron.

Matt


No – should fit on a single layer disk.


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February 14, 2012 at 7:49 pm Quote #4651

guitard
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unchainedheart:
is it normal that when i unzip the files, they appear in Express zip file compression software folder?cause when i extract them into VIDEO_TS folder, they appear in one folder instead of the six little files.then i burned it on the disc but they appearing separately and not playing good.I extracted the zip files one at the time into VIDEO_TS help please.thank you


I’m not sure why your zip software is doing that, but you only want individual files in the VIDEO_TS folder. So maybe you have to open that folder that you pulled out of the zip compression software folder and drag files out of there. Otherwise – the DVD won’t play right.


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February 14, 2012 at 7:52 pm Quote #4653

unchainedheart
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thanks Randy,i will try that.


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February 14, 2012 at 7:53 pm Quote #4654

ron
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cobohall76:
I DID IT RIGHT THIS TIME!!!! Don’t know how but I did. Is the total size like 5.08GB for a Dual Layer??

It should be a single-layer DVD, about 4.16GB in total size. (“DVD5″ stands for a single-layer DVD, “DVD9″ would be a dual-layer)


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February 14, 2012 at 8:36 pm Quote #4659

cobohall76
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Ah…………..I see where I screwed up. NOW…………..I GOT IT RIGHT!!!!


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February 14, 2012 at 9:00 pm Quote #4663

mdk7691
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Nice! Thanks!


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February 14, 2012 at 9:14 pm Quote #4666

bluntforcetrauma
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guitard: Scott – are you using a Mac?I ask because I remember you using a Mac one of the times I met you in Florida.If so, I don’t know how it works.But on a PC, you just double click the .zip file and a folder pops open with six files in it.You drag the six files in that folder into the VIDEO_TS folder where you have the VOB files – and you’re all set – you now have a burnable DVD folder.

thanks so Much…I clicked on the files and they downloaded already appearing unzipped–if that is true-then i placed the files in the VIDEO_TS folder then burned it

And now I am watching the DVD

thanks so much

any Info on cameras used?

cheers everyone


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February 14, 2012 at 9:18 pm Quote #4667

bluntforcetrauma
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Hello new problem as I was watching the DVD MY copy will not play passed the song ” Tattoo” it just goes back to main menu shot

any ideas?

thanks


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February 14, 2012 at 10:30 pm Quote #4676

ron
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bluntforcetrauma:
Hello new problem as I was watching the DVD MY copy will not play passed the song ” Tattoo” it just goes back to main menu shot

Are you playing the actual DVD, or just playing one of the VOB files? Have you burned it to disc?


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February 14, 2012 at 11:34 pm Quote #4681

unchainedheart
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Note: some browsers/downloaders will rename the .VOB files with the .MPG extension. If you see this, you’ll need to rename them back to .VOB. You can right click on them, choose “rename,” and then change it to .VOB. You cannot burn the files to a working DVD without doing this.

i have a problem with this thing.when i rename what should i write like for file one rename to VOB1 ,file #2 VOB2 and ect… i’m lost with that.


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February 15, 2012 at 12:17 am Quote #4682

guitard
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unchainedheart:
Note: some browsers/downloaders will rename the .VOB files with the .MPG extension. If you see this, you’ll need to rename them back to .VOB. You can right click on them, choose “rename,” and then change it to .VOB. You cannot burn the files to a working DVD without doing this.

i have a problem with this thing.when i rename what should i write like for file one rename to VOB1 ,file #2 VOB2 and ect… i’m lost with that.


Change the .MPG at the end of each of the big files to .VOB


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February 15, 2012 at 1:07 am Quote #4683

unchainedheart
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can someone hook me up with this dvd,i”m getting crazy tring to convert the files.thank you


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February 15, 2012 at 7:23 am Quote #4696

omahaswine
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Is there a reason why this hasn’t been torrented yet? It seems like alot of people (myself included) are having trouble with the links. I forwarded them to a friend and he said he got Led Zep??


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February 15, 2012 at 7:40 am Quote #4697

frankm
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omahaswine: Is there a reason why this hasn’t been torrented yet? It seems like alot of people (myself included) are having trouble with the links. I forwarded them to a friend and he said he got Led Zep??

Tell you what maybe tonight or tomorrow night I’ll try to set up one of those peer-yo-peer Torrents, doesn’t use a Torrent Site but just create a Torrent and send the Torrent file from me to you and you can download it directly perr-to-peer. I think I’ll have time tonight. PM me your e-mail address I can send the Torrent file to.


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February 15, 2012 at 8:19 am Quote #4699

sickman
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Surprised so many have had problems. It couldn’t have worked smoother for me. Created a Van Halen LA Forum folder in My Documents. Down loaded each of the 5 VOB files and directed them to that folder. Then downloaded the zip folder to my documents and extracted the files inside to the VH LA Forum folder. Then opened up my burning software, I use Copy TO DVD, added all the files to the program and hit Create.


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