play dvdrip .r01, .r02 files

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Hi, I have downloaded a dvdrip. Inside the dvdrip folder there are many .r01, .r02 files. I am not quite sure how to play those files
Please help

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06-01-2004 01:56 AM
tiger

Are they not .rar files, in which case you need Winrar to join them leaving you with an image file. reply

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06-01-2004 05:52 AM
SHERPA TENSIN

No they are not .rar files, most of them have extension from .r01 to .r20 there is one file with .svf reply

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06-01-2004 05:07 PM
tiger

similar if not the same. you still need winrar type prog. Doulble click lowest number file to start. reply

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06-02-2004 04:52 AM
SHERPA TENSIN

.r01 to .r20 are WinRAR archived files.

Install WinRAR, then double-click any one of the .r files, then choose 'Extract to the specified folder', and choose your destination folder, and OK.

After completion of the extraction you should have a playable video file. reply

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06-02-2004 09:05 AM
FrightfoO
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Then how about audio files? I can’t watch a movie without any sound? :-) reply

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08-30-2005 09:23 PM
Ken

hi, i have downloaded a movie called the transporter 2. When i dowloaded this it came up in the extention r01 to r46, I have no idea how to play this movie. What program whould i open this with? or what should i do? If anyone can help i would be greatfull. reply

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10-02-2005 10:43 AM
athif

.rar or.r01 - .r## are all video/ audio files that have been zipped for faster download, not necessarily with the program winrar, but winrar will unzip them for you.
If double clicking on the lower numbered file does not work try right clicking and choosing extract to here, which will extract the audio/ video file to the same folder your in. Most of these are .avi files I found the Divx movie player has all the codecs I mostly need so there is no need for me to go searching for codecs.
After you unzipp the rar or .r## files feel free to delete them as you will only need the .avi file unless you plan to seed. reply

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01-17-2010 01:39 AM
Chick_gamer

sometimes there is a single .rar file among the download files. if I extract this using UnRarX (I own a mac) it automatically extracts the rest of the .r## files. I’m guessing winRar does the same... reply

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11-30-2010 04:32 AM
list

Out of all those files there is only one which does no have '.r##' or '.sfv'.

Click on that one and you’ll see that’s the one that windows will identify as a RAR file.

You just need to extract or unzip that one file. One you extract it you’ll have a playable video. The other files you can delete/erase. They are a mirror packet of the actual workable file. they are garbage. reply

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08-05-2011 09:27 PM
Ramses

hi all, after extracting files to other location they are showing showing only message like- download ilivid player.
kindly suggest. reply

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04-29-2012 03:47 AM
yogi

Thank you Ramses. This is the easiest and it works well. Your words “There is only one (file) which does not have '.r##' or '.sfv'. Click on that one and you’ll see that’s the one that windows will identify as a RAR file. You just need to extract or unzip that one file. One you extract it you’ll have a playable video. The other files you can delete/erase." Thanks again. reply

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01-12-2014 07:08 PM
untechnical
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