New to the DVDFab software and forum and hope someone can help me out here. Sorry for the long 1st post but I’ve been using the software for about a 2 weeks and have to be honest, my experience w/ the DFDFab SW has not been too favorable so far.
Some of my problems have been things like; complete application crashes, freezes during file conversions where everything stops and and goes to 0 and I have to stop and sometimes reboot PC and start all over and then it works. Last night I was converting a ISO to MP4 and watched the FPS slowly drop from an average of about 48fps to 0 while I watched and when it hit 0, so did the time remaining and everything stopped.
I am running the SW on w MacBook Pro Windows Partition running XP Pro BTW and perhaps this is why I have all the issues. I will download the latest and greatest version beta to see if it helps but… my reason for posting and my latest problem is most likely just a loose nut behind the keyboard.
What I am trying to do seems fairly simple but I am stumped at what I am doing wrong. All I am trying to do is take a flipper disk “The Right Stuff” and convert it to a single mp4 file for my Apple TV but here is the issue I am having:
- Using the instructions I found for merging a flipper disk I have “successfully” converted to an ISO file, I say “successfully” because I now have a single large ISO that has both sides side A and B in it.
- I then try to convert that ISO file into an mp4 for Apple TV and it keeps creating 2 MP4 files instead of 1. (each being side A and B).
So, what has the loose nut behind the keyboard failed to do? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks[/QUOTE]
I hear your problem, and the answer may be similar to many we’ve given to people running the software on a PC (as in IBM type machine).
I know my own personal exposure to the Apple is zero, and I don’t know about others here.
Problem is, I don’t know how much of the Windows environment you are running in is controlled by the Apple O/S… and that can make it really tough to analyze.
If anyone can help, I’m sure they’ll jump in, you’ll just have to be a little patient.
One question I would be asking, if I could help, would be what you used to merge the two sides together to give you the one ISO for both sides of the flippie. Just how did you ‘convert’ them?