How to open avi.bc! file?

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07-21-2005 09:49 PM
SWK

I downloaded some movies from ---.
The movie file extension is .avi.bc!.
I try to open with realplayer but its prompt me some error.

Anybody can guide how to convert or open this file extension?

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07-21-2005 11:03 PM
labish

It’s a unfinished download. reply

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09-02-2005 02:29 AM
another guest

No, it’s a bit torrent file. Just delete the bc! bit and open it in your player - it’s likely to be in divx format so you’ll need that codec... reply

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09-11-2005 01:13 PM
lily anderson

if u can get the program called VLC media player, it plays just about any movie file, but it seems to have trouble with audio only files. reply

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09-11-2005 02:03 PM
Marcus Aurelius

BitComet is a torrent client and for an incomplete file is going to put a bc! at the end of an unfinished download.Also give you a chance to check or uncheck any file from your download so start again and check only file with bc! and download is going to be complete.If you start downloading with BitComet and stopped the download don’t start with another BT client is going to mix the files. reply

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11-10-2005 01:22 AM
Max1342626462564

yeah but how do you delete the .bc part if it isnet part of its name eg .avi.bc and mine shows up as .avi but it is still run as .avi.bc? reply

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11-10-2005 06:10 AM
evard

u can try to use winavi converter to convert the file in to vcd format. then u try to open it. reply

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11-11-2005 05:03 AM
Max1342626462564

tried that didn’t work reply

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11-13-2005 01:53 AM
Bryan

avi.bc! means its a incomplete BitTorrent file.

For example, I was downloading a file using BitLord. I thought the download was complete, so I went to open the file. When I looked at the file, it had an avi.bc! extension. I removed the .bc! part of the file name and tried to open it in Wndows Media Player. It wouldn’t play. When I rechecked BitLord, I discovered that the file was only 99% complete. reply

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11-13-2005 10:45 AM
chuck

you can also check with the preview option while downloading with bitcomet..therefore it shows before viewing what percentage of the movie//episode is actualy complete reply

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11-15-2005 03:05 AM
Max1342626462564

yes BUT HOW DO YOU GET RID OF THE .bc i have a player that will play it if i get rid of that .bc thing. reply

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11-16-2005 06:54 AM
seepie

Use windows prompt.

Go to the directory the file is located.

type: copy XXX.avi.bc! XXX.avi

then hit enter.

XXX stands for the title of your file.

I just did it 2 minutes ago and it worked for me.

Good luck reply

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11-20-2005 05:50 AM
Max1342626462564

ah it says it couldnt find the file specified or something please help so you type:copy xxx.avibc! xxx.avi and then press enter right? reply

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11-20-2005 11:53 AM
mec

just rename .avi.bc to .avi.
why don’t you finished downloading the file? the .bc will disappear if you finished it or is it one of those 99% problem?
and run the avi through divxfixer or similair program if you have problem watching it. reply

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11-20-2005 03:39 PM
seepie

Posted by Max1342626462564 (Guest)

yeah but how do you delete the .bc part if it isnet part of its name eg .avi.bc and mine shows up as .avi but it is still run as .avi.bc?

Yes I know, but try it a few times. Make sure your in the directory where the file is located and don’t use to large names for your file. So rename it and try again.

It took me a few times reply

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11-21-2005 06:13 AM
seepie

Sorry, Iposted the wrong message. This is should be the one. Sorry.


20 Nov 2005 05:50 amPosted by Max1342626462564 (Guest)

ah it says it couldnt find the file specified or something please help so you type:copy xxx.avibc! xxx.avi and then press enter right?

Answer:
Yes I know, but try it a few times. Make sure your in the directory where the file is located and don’t use to large names for your file. It makes it to complicated. So rename it and try again.

It took me also a few times. But it worked. reply

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11-21-2005 06:17 AM
seepie

and don’t forget the dot between avi and bc!

So: copy xxx.avi.bc! xxx.avi [enter] reply

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11-21-2005 07:20 AM
Max1342626462564

thanks alot ^-^' realy helps i had to get rid of the spaces X_X' reply

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11-30-2005 07:01 PM
Nath

what is windows prompt where is it and how do i use it to change the file extension? reply

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11-30-2005 08:00 PM
DjF

Goto Start>Run and enter cmd. Then press enter and poof, there’s the command prompt. reply

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