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HELLO EVERYBODY IM NEW HERE BUT HAVING A PROBLEM WITH MY MAC IM TRYING TO CONVERT A RAR TO VCD BUT DONT KNOW HOW WELL I DOWNLOADED THIS TORRENT BUT WANT TO MAKE A VCD OUT OF IT BUT THE FILES ARE .r01 well yall know the rest i hope. ANY HELP WILL GREATLY BE EPPRECIATED
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G'day PATO LOCO & welcome to Mac-Forums.

While caps in a user name is fine, to ask a question using caps is the same as shouting ... that is when you are using any forum that is .... just fillin' ya' in.
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need help converting rar files to vcd i need help i downloaded a torrent theres a bunch of r01 but how do i convert it so i can make a vcd movie to play in a dvd player such as my xbox 360 thank a lot any help would be greatfull
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HELLO EVERYBODY IM NEW HERE BUT HAVING A PROBLEM WITH MY MAC IM TRYING TO CONVERT A RAR TO VCD BUT DONT KNOW HOW WELL I DOWNLOADED THIS TORRENT BUT WANT TO MAKE A VCD OUT OF IT BUT THE FILES ARE .r01 well yall know the rest i hope. ANY HELP WILL GREATLY BE EPPRECIATED
I believe .rar files are and archive type, you wil need to un archive it first then tell me what the format of the internal files are.

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I believe .rar files are and archive type, you wil need to un archive it first then tell me what the format of the internal files are.

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This is absolutely correct. .Rar is like .Zip, .Tar, etc.... You'll need to extract the file, then burn using the Folder/file that is extracted.



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