It will play by right clicking any file in it and then click “open” and then click “selectthe program from list” and choose Nero Show time if you have it.
But this only plays one file at a time I believe. The files I am referring to specifically are stated as xpdvd-tsc-ntsc-dvdr and they are listed as .001 to .093 individually.
I do not know how to burn these to get a a dvd can anyone answer this?
I have tried everything. I open xpdvd file as rar but when I try to extract file is telling me that fille .00 is missing. It does play on the computer but I would like to burn it to dvd and play it on a stand alone dvd.
trance_aquarius your a legend, i did what you suggested and its working perfeclty.
Just right click on xpdvd-pop436-ntsc-dvdr.001 (or whatever flick you have) and open with WinRAR, right click on the resulting extraction and open with ( I used ) DVD Decrypter and it burnt and played perfectly.
After downloading i opening dir and got what looked liked “papers” havn’t had these before - when i right click do i go to ADD to archive... or ADD to “xpdvd-bel2-ntsc-complete-dvdr.rar” ?
Plse someone help!!!!!
Yep, Winrar works indeed. You have to select the first ntsc.dvdr file. Usually denoted as file 001. I made the mistake of using HJSplit. Right click and open that 001 file with winrar and extract it. You’ll be left with an .img file. Use MagicISO to extract the file and create a VIDEO_TS folder. Ignore the AUDIO_TS folder. Than use a dvd burning program like NERO to burn a DVD video. Drage the VIDEO_TS folder to the VIDEO_TS folder in NERO to burn. And there ya go! :D
Isobuster or PowerISO
Right click on “xpdvd-theman-ntsc-dvdr” file.
Choose “Open with” option from right click menu.
You will see the files appear as an IMG.
Extract the IMG to a folder of your choice.
From here the IMG should auto open with Isobuster or PowerISO if not run Isobuster or PowerISO and open it.
Extract the file again to folder of your choice.
You will see some other files thats been added to the file just delete it .
You should be left with Audio_TS and Video_TS folders.
Use DVD burning software of your choice to add to disk
Works like a charm.
Hahah... I know this is a year too late, but I was trying to open the same type of file.
I just got it open using Daemon Tools. Right click (when you have that) in the tool bar, and unmount the drives, and open the WinRar file of your movie.