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Old 21st June 2002, 19:37   #261  |  Link
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Hi,

Thank's DeXT for keeping the extension (-x).
Directory for Form2 files is OK.
A bug in the cue sheet : error from Deamon 3.11 which only can handle sequantial track number :
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FILE "image.bin" BINARY
TRACK 01 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 00:06:02
TRACK 07 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 01:43:50
TRACK 08 MODE2/2352
INDEX 01 01:53:68
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not tested wildcards feature

I'm updating my GUI
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Old 23rd June 2002, 20:48   #262  |  Link
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Ok,

I've updated my GUI to use with Mode2CDMaker 1.4.
http://membres.lycos.fr/zorgzorg/Luigi/prg/update.zip

What is the status of Koepi's backup creator ?
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Old 23rd June 2002, 21:53   #263  |  Link
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Hi nah,

just send me a PM with your eMail-address and I'll send you the sources. You can take out the ogg stuff directly as it is unlikely to change... so at least with *.ogm we can offer some "error correction reduncy"...

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Old 24th June 2002, 01:20   #264  |  Link
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Hi there. sorry for the delay, I've been away for a couple of days...

@Nah: thank you so much for pointing to this bug, a stupid one I know, sorry. Hopefully CDR-WIN was not affected because it does not trust the track numbering in CUE files. I just uploaded a new 1.4.1 release which fixes this (get it from the link below).

@jurij: no idea sorry, unfortunately this is not on my hands right now.

@The Belgain: I lack many informations about how DVDs are phisically stored and if they could use the Mode2 Form2 mode, but I guess that since it's a format derived from the CD-ROM perhaps it's possible to take advantage of this. Anyone with deeper knowledge about DVD burning would be welcomed...

Thank you for your support.

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Old 24th June 2002, 12:33   #265  |  Link
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Hm, DVD uses UDF as filesystem and as such it is _impossible_ to do any fancy stuff with it. You simply would break any compatibility - you won't be able to access a DVD if you mess around with that...

Just a thought - we managed that with XCD already, why shouldn't a new DSF be able to read that again.... but I'd wait until DVD-R/RW are mainstream enough so that we could test around without problems...


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Old 11th July 2002, 15:52   #266  |  Link
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a simple guy for avi if you want to....

I have also look your source, great greatjob. I have made a project in builder if you want to:

there is the link:

Full install: http://www.neodivx.org/file/avicompressor.zip
This is the full install with the filter and so one.

The source: http://www.neodivx.org/file/avicompressor_sc.exe

Hope this can move the project.

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Old 11th July 2002, 20:37   #267  |  Link
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Thanks DeXT! I finally got it! That's the catch then for having 800 instead of 700 MB.
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Old 14th July 2002, 00:00   #268  |  Link
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How are things developing?

Just asking, since things in my opinion have been little quiet in XCD front lately, how close are we seeing the "official" XCDfilter release and a tool to create one?
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Old 11th September 2002, 12:30   #269  |  Link
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XCD + 90min CD-r + DVD = malfunctions?

i am using the latest OGM and XCD files. so i am burning up to 920MB on a 90min cd-r on my plextor 16/10/40. as burning software i am using Nero 5.582.
the reult work very fine on my cd-drives, but it doesn't work on my NEC DV-5700 and Toshiba SD-M1612. i can see the movie file (ie. movie.ogm.dat) but can't open it
the same on a 80min cd-r is working great on my dvd-drives.
Could anyone of you tell me why the movies are working on my cd-drives but not on my dvd-drives?
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Old 11th September 2002, 13:28   #270  |  Link
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iirc dvd drives seem to have problems more often with XCDs that cd drives. Other point, are you sure they read 90 min cdrs at all? Not all drives do.

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Old 11th September 2002, 13:31   #271  |  Link
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@scorchED

Make sure all your drives have the latest firmware flashed. Also, many drives will not support CDs over 80mins in length. DVD drives seem to very problematic in this respect in my experience.

If you can see the file then you should definitely be able to use dat2file in order to copy the file locally and then view it properly.
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Old 12th September 2002, 00:20   #272  |  Link
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If u want to plan ahead u can buy a Lite-On LTR-163 DVD drive, its cheap and capable of reading CD-Rs upto 99:59mins.
My "XCD" rip with 990MB .ogm files play just fine with it, straight from the CD.
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Old 12th September 2002, 19:04   #273  |  Link
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If u want to plan ahead u can buy a Lite-On LTR-163 DVD drive, its cheap and capable of reading CD-Rs upto 99:59mins.
My "XCD" rip with 990MB .ogm files play just fine with it, straight from the CD.
I bought a pair of them to keep in my closet, a while back.. Just in case my main unit fails me. The perfect drive, in my opinion. I don't think we'll see its like again.
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I bought a pair of them to keep in my closet, a while back.. Just in case my main unit fails me. The perfect drive, in my opinion. I don't think we'll see its like again.
Great drive, only problem was 16x speed limit when reading RWs, but as I can see, they've fix it in last firmware update!
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what is the difference between 163 and 165?
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Old 12th September 2002, 22:45   #276  |  Link
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nevermind, the 165 plays newer DVD-Multi, I just bought a 165 for 39 bucks shipped.
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Old 29th October 2003, 03:33   #277  |  Link
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Thanks for the info, i had a couple movies that are over 700mb and i wanted to get it off hd.
Thanks again, much appreciated!!
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