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#1 soul_reaver_sr

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Posted 24 July 2003 - 12:26 AM

I have scourced all over theese forums to see how exactly how to burn a Divix movie to a cdrw. I can succesfully burn a backup of smaller games I own and they work well but I haven't found a tut on how to do the same with my movies. Can anyone lend some insight on this please?

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Posted 24 July 2003 - 12:34 AM

Drag the divx movie to the cdrw, burn it, play it with XBMP

Select my vidoes, then select dvdrom (iso9660)


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Posted 24 July 2003 - 02:27 AM

yeah i tried that seems to lock up in XBMP.. I just wanted to make sure u didnt have to do anything special since my games work of off CDRW but not my movies.. oh well. THX for clearing that up for me smile.gif

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Posted 24 July 2003 - 03:26 AM

Sorry it didn't help, thats how I do it and it works.

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Posted 25 July 2003 - 04:21 PM

i tried agian with the new nero plat. and I selected the UDF option and theXbox compatable option and the movies get recognized but play like crap.. so I am gonna try the way your doing it. THX

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Posted 25 July 2003 - 08:11 PM

Make sure your XBMP config is done correctly. It could be your movies are playing like crap because your cache for the DVD drive is not configured or enough, make sure the cache is at least 256MB and see what happens.

<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>

Try adding the cachesize statement as illustraited above, may help. I don't have this on my DVD drive shares. But it may help you out...






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