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  1. Hi everyone I have a br-rip of Avatar in 3d that I want to convert to avi my tv will only play certain avi file types mainy xvid 1.0, xvid 1.01, xvid,1.02,xvid 1.03 or xvid 1.10 beta 1/2. with audo PCM Is there a file convertor that willl give me conversion from . Ive tried freemake but to no avail
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  2. aBigMeanie aedipuss's Avatar
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    re-rip it to xvid.
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  3. Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    re-rip it to xvid.
    Whats the best software to do that with so I get PCM audio and thank you for your reply
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  4. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Moving you. This is not any blu-ray authoring.

    Are you sure it only support pcm/wav audio???? Most supports xvid with mp3 audio...
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  5. Hybrid is able to do it (support blu-ray from hdd input and avi(Xvid, pcm) output), if you figure out how to use it.
    It's not aimed at newbies, so unless you got some experience&knowledge in the video conversion it might take a bit to figure it out.
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  6. Thank you Baldrick Well the instructions for my TV say it wil only take PCM and apologies for going on the wrong forum I am now flogging mysel for this heinous crime against humanity
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  7. Originally Posted by Selur View Post
    Hybrid is able to do it (support blu-ray from hdd input and avi(Xvid, pcm) output), if you figure out how to use it.
    It's not aimed at newbies, so unless you got some experience&knowledge in the video conversion it might take a bit to figure it out.
    Cheers my friend
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    Instead of living with the bs that your TV's poor media player forces on you, you could just buy a small media streaming player like one of the Western Digital models and have a lot less restrictions to deal with. Your decision. Note that your TV's media player may also have file size restrictions or not support NTFS which will also be a file size restriction for you.

    You haven't explicitly stated whether your TV can play 3D files and even if it can, it may not play them in AVI format. So even if you get your conversion finished with PCM audio, you may still have problems playing the final AVI file.
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    You also never mentioned whether you specifically WANT it to show in 3D or not. That will make a H*U*G*E difference in what apps you use, what alternatives you have, and what settings you use.

    Why don't you start over and say what you HAVE (both media & equipment) and where you want to END UP?

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