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What is the source of the video clip and what format is it in?

 

Did you check that you have the correct codecs installed for it?

 

Also, is your 2009 the full version or a bundled OEM version (which may have been crippled)?

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I'm trying to burn a movie I paid for. I got Dark Knight for xmas and there was a coupon inside for a free digital copy of the movie. I want to have a DVD backup of this movie to take on trips and such and I thought it would be easier than trying to rip the movie off the DVD. It's in .avi format.

 

I'm not sure how to check for the correct codecs. The video plays fine, there is sound and everything.

 

I purchased Roxio from Best Buy.

 

Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it!

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I don't think it is Qflix…

 

Qflix downloads as a wmv file and goes to Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents\Shared Video]CinemaNow folder…

 

I think this is a new 'trick' by the Studios to address the growing number of devices that can play video and yet still not unlock the copy protection. Of course copying the DVD is illegal.

 

Question is, How do you play this AVI normally?

 

How large is the file? (my thinking is, if it would fit a DVD, you just make a data copy)

 

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