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Old Jun 26, 2003, 08:13 AM
crazyjoe_uk crazyjoe_uk is offline
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Question "Big" game ripping

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Hi all,
Lots of tips floating around which files should be ripped from dvd9 games but how do these people arrive at these desicions on which files to delete/replace? Is it just trial and error?
Do they just remove files and hope it works?

Also, is there a way to look at the movie file individually to see which ones are Intro's etc ( like watch them in Media player or something?) cos that
obviously would probably answer my first question!

Old Jun 26, 2003, 01:11 PM
weldon weldon is offline
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well, you can almost always delete videos, or at least replace them with blank files. and, if you really needed to, you could reencode all the videos, and music in a lower quality. and, since you cant play xbox live, you can delete dashupdate.xbe, update.xbe, and i think one other.

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