How to see fmv (movie) from Iso files .MO or .SFD??

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  1. rottoinculo
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    Anybody know? the .thp is easy to convert in hd, but .mo or .sfd i cant find any solution to see the game movies.
    i wait an answare thx [​IMG]
     
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    You can extract the video and sound streams from the *.sfd files with TMPGEnc, and then join them in a single file (but it doesn't work with all games. For example, it does work with RE Darkside Chronicles, but I had no luck with Metroid Other M). I don't know about the other file format. I guess you lose nothing to try.
     
  3. Elijah Hechtman

    Newcomer Elijah Hechtman Newbie

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    I have .mo files that I need to convert to. They are from the Kirby Dream Collection for Wii. The three larger files that are around 250-300 MB are three episodes of "Kirby: Right Back at Ya!". Is there a way I can convert the .mo files to another video file?
     
  4. techboy

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    You just dug up a post from 2010...

    Anyway, the .mo files are supposedly Mobiclip format, but they are apparently different enough from regular mobiclips that normal mobiclip tool wouldn't handle them when I last tried.
     
  5. Elijah Hechtman

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    Is there a way I can view them on the computer? Ask anybody who knows how. I just need to know how to extract/convert these FMV's. I need to find some kind of software to do that. Either they are MobiClip or something else.
     

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