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Nov 3, 2007

.dat files by jumpman17 at 11:42 PM (848 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. jumpman17
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    Former Staff jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    How do I view movie files from games that have them stored as a .dat file? I know the main ways they store the videos in games anymore is .bik and .dat. While I know how to access the .bik files, how do I access .dat ones?
     
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    Member pasc GBATemps official GBA Freak

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    Try Mediaplayer Classic, it helps in many cases.
     
  3. lagman

    Former Staff lagman I wish I was green.

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    Media Player Classic

    whoops.
     
  4. kellyan95

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    First, just try to open it with winrar
     
  5. War

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    .dat video files? I'm not really understanding.
     
  6. jumpman17
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    Former Staff jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    The game in particular is Hellgate London. This is the directory where the movie file is. All the movies are in one file.

    [​IMG]

    EDIT: Oh, and Media Player Classic and WinRAR don't work.
     
  7. xJonny

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    It's probably encoded in and will only be run by the main program
     
  8. lagman

    Former Staff lagman I wish I was green.

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    Indeed, I was thinking on a simple .DAT video file:
    [​IMG]
     
  9. bobrules

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    try vlc media player
     
  10. Nero

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    [​IMG] I've never heard of .dat Video files.

    *Slaps self*

    ~Nero
     
  11. legendofphil

    Member legendofphil Phil no Densetsu

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    It was just the extension used by VCDs for the video file.
     

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