Converting clip from a PS2 game... *HELP PLEASE*
I'm going to be making a cut of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Ring's film trilogy (even though it's been done before, I've deliberately avoided any discussions on these attempts, as I want to make my own). However, not all of the materials I need are in the films themselves. There are materials I need from the video game "The Third Age."
EDIT: I have the PS2 version now, and it does register, but the files are in .PS2 format and I don't know how to convert them (all the guides I've found only deal with .PSS movie files). Any help would be appreciated!
i think you should own the version you want i dont think its good idea asking for a copy of it....
technically he does own a copy of the material he is requesting. He owns the gamecube version currently. What he is asking for is someone to cap the "epic scenes" and that it doesn't matter if it's gamecube, xbox, or ps2 considering all the medias have the same video source.
yeah...i'd agree with nex.... he does own a legal copy of the source material... just not on a medium that he can extract it from... which isn't his fault. is just because of nintendo's weird idiosyncracy of "we can't ever use a normal media".
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Well, I've come by a Xbox copy of the game through means that shall not be discussed and have extracted the cutscene data, but they will not play on my computer! Could the copy being PAL (I'm in the USA) have anything to do with it? They are all in .vid format.
i am not sure what that extension is. i assume it is not a matter of PAL or NTSC, but you not having a particular codec installed on your PC to play that .vid extension
is it really nessessary for you to mention this then?
Well, I've come by a Xbox copy of the game through means that shall not be discussed
"You see things; and you say, 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say, 'Why not?'" - George Bernard Shaw.
I didn't know if the way in which I obtained it would be an issue when I try to make the videos playable.
Originally Posted by killbillme
nah it's not an issue. Have you tried playing the file with vlc?
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