Guardian4 wrote:Perhaps I'm looking in the wrong area or the bin/mfa files you speak of are in another file...
If the file contains video at all, it'll probably be a file of a size larger than 500MB. Or, at the very least, a 6-figure number, representative of the size in megabytes. I don't think you should have to do anything more than open them with VLC to play them, if
they contain video. But if any of the files are that large, there's a chance that they might.
It's also likely that it's MPEG-2 video - not definitely,
just likely. I say this because I just plugged the .bin videos from my copy of GitS into DGIndex and made a .d2v file which also opens in VDubMod. The process went even faster than it did with the VLC Transcoder, and all I had to do was add the files and save the project.
So basically, you may not even need to use the Transcoder. However, it might still be useful - like if you wanted to, say, make an AMV from any episode of that Space Symphony Maetel fansub from 6 on, because the Quicktime player doesn't even recognize them as proper MP4s, so it can't export them to anything, WTF is that about?!
But I digress.
I still need to do some playing with VLC, but as it stands now, I would say that if the file from a PS2 game disc can be played in VLC, you should be able to run it through DGIndex and get an .AVS file that you can edit to your needs and open in VDubMod to convert to whatever format you want.