Converting question

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  1. Viperk88

    Viperk88 New Member

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    I just downloaded a DVD Decrypter and Videora. I decrypted the DVD and right now Videora is converting that decrypted DVD down into Itunes format. My question is this: once I have the Itunes format of the file and that file is on Itunes, do I need the huge 4.5 GB decrypted DVD to stay on my computer? Or can I delete it and just keep the Itunes format file?

    Oh and is a 2 hour 53 minute taking about 52 minutes to convert in Videora a normal amount of time? Im running a pretty fast computer..e6750 with 2 gig of ram
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    Simondude56 New Member

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    Yes, you can delete the DVD format the second Videora finishes converting your video which should be in .mp4 format in your Downloaded Videos folder. And a 2 hour wait time seems reasonable, so nothing wrong there.
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    Delete that bish! But wait until its finished converting

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    No problem.

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    I'm just here to help!
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    Gonna add another question to this one..

    I've been burning movies and live dvds great, but I tried to add a episode from the office season 3 disc 3..the episode went to my Movies library instead of my TV Shows library. I cant drag and drop it from the movie section to the tv shows section, so is there any way to move it to the TV Shows library? Since an episode isnt really a movie..
  7. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Handbrake better than Videoera. Free and Opensource. Back to eating my burger.

    You need to edit the Metadata. On Mac OS X, I use TvTaggr, that allows me to batch edit the metadata so I can make them all register as a "TV Show". I don't know of a Windows utility that'll do the same.
  8. Viperk88

    Viperk88 New Member

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    Im surprised you didnt post your xvid4psp suggestion

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    I figured it out..all I had to do was right click the file, click get info, then change "Video Kind" to TV Show..simple as that
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    For DVD's it's Handbrake.

    For Individual Video Files, Xvid4PSP (Windows) VisualHub (Mac OS X)

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