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2006-11-01, 09:42 AM
im trying to burn a film but its a flac file and my nero wont pick it up , any takers steve

2006-11-01, 10:56 AM
flac files are audio, not video. You need to convert them to wav and then burn them. Traders Little Helper will convert them to wave for you. You can also get foobar and it will convert and burn for you.

2006-11-01, 12:47 PM
I never knew Foobar could convert or burn

2006-11-01, 01:50 PM
Yeah, if you have the plugins you can just drop in the flac files and it will convert and burn for you all with the press of a button. (Well, that's what Five told me.)

2006-11-02, 06:01 AM
i must be ficko cos ive downloaded this film which says flac next to it i normaly burn them in my nero but when i goes to add files it wont pick this bloody film up ,helppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp

2006-11-02, 06:33 AM
If it says 'flac' next to it, it's NOT a film, it's audio. Everything on this site is labeled pretty well. What makes you think it's a video?

2006-11-03, 07:51 AM
sorry i should of said i got it from a film torrant but when i try to covert to dvd nero wont pick it up

2006-11-03, 10:50 AM
But, what are the extensions on the files? Do they all say '.flac' on the end? If so, they are NOT video files, they are audio files and can be converted to wav using Traders Little Helper or Flac Frontend.

Mr. Magoo
2006-11-03, 01:48 PM
There is also a plugin for nero called Nero Mega Pack v1.1 you can D/L it from this location: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Codec-Packs-Video-Codecs/Nero-Mega-Plugin-Pack.shtml

The plugin will do shn, flac, ape, etc conversions.

hope that helps.

2006-11-03, 04:58 PM

2006-11-04, 03:06 AM
i'm with you james :hmm:

so to make this easier--what specific torrent are you talkin about [include a link to the thread]...as Lynne has said numerous times already, if they are flac files, then they're audio and NOT movie/film/DVD files