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  1. KPHawaii

    Convert .dvd Files

    I'm trying to convert a super old file the has a file extension of .dvd. I'd like to convert it to use on quicktime, tv, apple mac, etc. Is there an easy way to do it? I don't mind paying for a program to do it. It's a DVD that I really need to get the pictures and the music from. I've tried a bunch of different conversion software programs but none of them recogize the .dvd extension. All help is appreciated. I'm using an iMac and have switched to all Apple hardware. HELP! Thank you very much, Katherine
  2. When I record with my Roxio game cap HD pro for maybe an hour or so I stop and check out the recording file, but I see a .mp4 file that doesn't work and a .m2ts file that works. The video was recording with the .mp4 format, but was converted to m2ts. This only happens when I record for a long period of time. I tested it and I recorded a 5 minute video and it stayed .mp4, but one hour and over becomes .m2ts. Can the recording time be the problem?