stiching together dvd files?

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  1. bender

    bender huge member

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    is there a program that allows me to do this before burning with nero?
    I got some small dvd files, 1-2 gig file and want to burn 2-3 files one dvd.
     
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    These are VOB files?
     
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    illegal vobs?
     
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    @bender
    NeroVersion Express you can import the VOB files, do any kind of editing you need then burn it out with Nero.
    Source: http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=141719 reply: #6


    @jollyogre
    Who gives a fuck if they are legal or not? Fucking asshole
    Answer the question or STFU.
     
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    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    That's irrelevant in this case. He didn't ask how to pirate a DVD, he asked how to merge two VOB files. The procedure is the same, regardless of source material. It's the same concept as someone wanting to know how to pry open a stuck window with a crowbar without busting the glass -- you can't just assume they're trying to rob someone.
     
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    that's a big 10-9er on the illegal.

    WE give a fuck if they are legal or not because it's the fucking rules of the forum. YOURE the fucking asshole.

    This is not your first offense, either.

    Don't ask illegal questions, if you don't have anything lawful to ask then STFU.
     
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    thanks, I'll try that
    :bigthumb:

    don't know. bunch of japanese hentai my friend wanted, so maybe:noes:
     
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    How do you know it's illegal?
    You always assume it is.

    You're such a fucking ass about this shit.
    Anytime anyone wants to do anything that has anything to do with DVD you always assume it's for something illegal.


    If he was asking how to rip a DVD but that as encryption, then no I wouldn't have helped.
    Guess what, if an admin or mod thought the question was for something illegal then they would lock the topic.
    If your dumbass thinks it's illegal then report the topic and let the admins and mods deal with it.
     
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    There is nothing against the rules about asking the question that was asked. If anything, you are breaking the rules since you keep bringing up copyright infringement in the first place.
     
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    Actually I gotta agree with the majority on this one. Jolly, you go out of your way in threads to ask if it's illegal. The guy with XP SP1 having issues upgrading - your one and only comment was - "wouldn't per chance have a non-legit copy of windows?" Now, I get the fact that yes having an illegal version of windows might be the cause of his problems, but that was your entire involvement in the thread. You're not a mod, and the rules are CYA for Fazle. Look at the AH forum - why aren't you pointing out each and every crossing the limit post in there?

    By all means, point out the obvious abuses of piracy - I love it when people come in here asking for a serial number for such and such program and you shit on them - and so they should be. But for the love of god, if it isn't clear cut, just let it go. By drawing more attention to it than it deserves, you're putting the mods and Fazle in even more of a difficult position
     
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    Doc Brown Don't make me make you my hobby

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    You can stick together dvd's in DVDShrink.
     
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    I draw that line because of posts like THAT.

    DVDShrink is NOT LEGAL in the U.S. And these "grey area" questions (which are generally fully on the illegal side, even if the OP doesn't explicitly indicate so with the initial post) always end with the conversation taking that no-doubt illegal turn -- as with this suggestion of a not legal program.
     
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    5Gen_Prelude There might not be an "I" in the word "Team", but

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    Rules don't say anything specific about US legalities, and the OP is from Canada. DVD Decryption software is perfectly legal and sold in Canada.
     
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    Then the thread can be locked when people start discussing explicitly illegal topics. Up to that point, action is not needed, on your part or anyone else's.
     
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    He can also just as easily use the perfectly legal VideoRedo, NeroVision, or many other DVD authoring or video file editing applications. To be blunt, it's no one's fucking business why he wants to do it. He asked a legit question (like many others in here) it doesn't matter why he asked it.

    If you want to be a Mod, go ask to be one. Until then, stop hijacking threads.
     
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    Your point has been brought up before. However, the conclusion was always that Fazle is incorperated in the U.S., the servers are located in the U.S. and we cater to mostly a U.S. crowd. Therefore the U.S. laws apply.
     
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    5Gen_Prelude There might not be an "I" in the word "Team", but

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    Then get the rules to say that. Until they do, the argument is not conclusive...

    OR...

    Finally understand why the rules are there
     
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    While I agree with this, the point still stands that until people start speaking in terms that are EXPLICITLY illegal in the USA, no action should be taken.

    Before you say that's bullshit, consider that I can buy spoons, hypodermic needles, water bongs, and any other assortment of paraphenalia that I could use to take drugs that are illegal in the USA, and unless I EXPLICITLY say that I'm going to use it to get high on drug X, merchants are required to sell it to me if I want to buy it, and the cops are required to mind their own business. The same logic applies here -- the OP COULD use the answer to his question to pirate copyrighted content, but until we know he IS going to, we have to assume he's going to obey the law.
     
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    if you're gonna use analogies, make sure they are correct, first :mamoru:

    In the State of Oregon, it is considered unlawful for a merchant to sell a combination of goods, regardless of actual intended use, if there is reason to believe they will be used in the manufacture of a controlled substance. So don't expect to be buying propane cylindars, drain cleaner, and lots of paint thinner in a Fred Meyer.

    Also, merchants are NEVER required to sell anything to anyone. That's why many post signs stating that they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone, for any reason.
     
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    I used both NeroRecode and NeroVision to do this on Saturday.
     
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    haha, this thread turned to shit.

    surprise surprise.

    why do you idiots keep feeding the troll? it's like a braindead bot.
     
  23. deusexaethera

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    :dunno: Fuck Oregon. Federal law overrules state law.
     
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