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Hey all,

Right so i figured out how to download you tube vids to my desktop which is cool in itself, I then purchased Iskysoft video converter for mac which lets me convert the you tube file .flv to anything goes..... i normally choose .avi

Anyway i like to create dvd' s and i think it would be cool to put new movie trailers to the start of the movie on the disk. I use Titanium toast 7 to rip the movies but when i have these converted you tube (.avi) trailers ready to rip i get an error 'Could not record the disc because of a Mac OS error
Result code=-42' which im pretty sure is and encoding issue, with the trailers being encoded and me not being able to rip them!

So can anybody help me???
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