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Dale Guthormsen December 12th, 2010 04:00 PM

Iso image back to mt2?
 
Good afternoon,

Well disaster strikes in weird ways. I have a huge project that I backed up oof the 2tb drive to another drive. The back up took 13 hours. Well, the original drive will not boot up now and the back up for some reason was corupted too!!
So I have lost over 100 hours of work, Unless???

I had a near finished version burnt onto a blu ray disc. all that needed doing was turning down the background music ever so slightly.


Is there a way i can cut the iso off the disc (do so with roxio), but then bring it back into Vegas??

I suspect I am pooched.

thanks,
dale

Edward Troxel December 12th, 2010 06:24 PM

Not via an ISO file but I would suspect you could capture the playable disc and use that.

Victor Wilcox December 12th, 2010 07:19 PM

I'm assuming there's no copy protection. If so, just copy the M2TS files from the STREAM folder. I've used Emicsoft M2TS Converter to convert the files. I haven't found a better way.

Chip Gallo December 14th, 2010 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Dale Guthormsen (Post 1597818)
Good afternoon,

Well disaster strikes in weird ways. I have a huge project that I backed up oof the 2tb drive to another drive. The back up took 13 hours. Well, the original drive will not boot up now and the back up for some reason was corupted too!!

I have lost drives in the middle of projects and usually found a way to recover (most) of the files. Have you attempted to mount the original 2TB drive in a working system and run recovery utilities against it? You will need a 2nd clean drive of comparable size although just selecting the video material may save space on the recovered disk. My favorite to date is ONTRACK although the EASEUS tools have worked too.

Good luck!

Jeff Harper December 14th, 2010 04:24 PM

Dale, below is a link to software ($129) that work very well. I've have it and it is amazing. Hope that helps.

You might first try running disc check through windows...that can also be surprisingly effective in some cases. I would probably try running disc check first...it's free.

https://services.seagate.com/diysoftware.aspx

Dale Guthormsen December 15th, 2010 11:39 AM

Good Morning,

Thank you all for the information.

Appears the drive has a mechanical problem. pretty expensive to have it fixed.

I did bring up the mt2s file and that is a huge help!!!!

I can't doctor the slightly loud background music independantly but I can tone it down a bit and carry on with it!!

you guys are the best!

Thank you ever so much


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