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#25655 28-Aug-2008 12:18
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Hi all, not sure if this is the right place to post this but cant seem to find the right forum.

So Ive ripped alot of the TKD that was shown at the olympics by TVNZ using their HD internet streams and VLC. I now have a few large ASF files.

So my question is what is the best thing to do with them now? At the moment they are unseekable are not much good, I cant find much info out there on how/if its possible to make them seekable. If not is there a better format to convert them into?

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  #160430 28-Aug-2008 12:49
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Ah yey, wish i could get them off you somehow >_< i was supposed to record the TKD but was to busy :(



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  #160623 29-Aug-2008 09:12
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Well if I can get them converted into something useful then I wouldnt be adverse to flicking out some DVDs of it :)

 
 
 
 


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#160630 29-Aug-2008 09:28
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In which case we would have to lock this discussion now because discussing the distribution of copyrighted material is not allowed in here.







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  #160633 29-Aug-2008 09:32
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oh, is it copyright material? I thought as TVNZ broadcast it/paid for it we have all techincally paid for it? Sorry if this is not the case

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#160635 29-Aug-2008 09:33
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TVNZ is licensed by the Olympic committee to broadcast the material. It's not TVNZ's material and there are strict rules in place.

Actually pretty much everything that screens on TV is licensed and not for redistribution.






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  #160636 29-Aug-2008 09:35
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ah well that sucks.

oh well my original quesiton stands as to how i can reencode it/make it seekable. is that still cool?

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  #160664 29-Aug-2008 10:31
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martin308: ah well that sucks.

oh well my original quesiton stands as to how i can reencode it/make it seekable. is that still cool?

AsfBin can make asf/wmv files seekable. It can also cut and join asf/wmv clips. Plus it's freeware :)
http://www.radioactivepages.com/english/asfbin.html

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