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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

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I'm trying to convert a super old file the has a file extension of .dvd.

 

 

The proper file extensions for authored DVD is .ifo, .bup, and vob.

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I'm sorry. I don't understand. When I created the file about 9 years ago, the file extension is .dvd. I'm now trying to convert that file so I can made a new DVD that will play on any machine.

 

Thank you,

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I have never heard of a .dvd file extension. If it is a disc image try changing its name from .dvd to .iso and see if it can be mounted as a disk image file.

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I wonder if one of the disc-ripping applications creates this. In that case, control click on it and choose Show Package Contents to find out if you can look inside. If you can and there is a VIDEO_TS folder there, copy it outside of package.

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