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Please Help Confused 'newbie' Understand VOB Files Etc.

guide (http://www.mpucoder.com/derrow/calcsec.html) Now, that you have IFOs, process your files through DVD Shrink. If you pick the guide based on a different 'source' to the one you actually have, how is that our problem?! They should not be over 1 GB. That's all If you use them in another context, all bets are off. Source

Test to play ___________________________ I know it's a long process but I just want to know if it works. You should not live in the past anymore! Those are your choices, as far as I can see. Is there a way to modify the VOB file directly (either manually using a hex editor, or using some other program) so it reports the correct time? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/please-help-confused-newbie-understand-vob-files-etc.605365/page-2

Please ignore that comment! It's working so far with the three VOBs I've tried---thanks! This is fairly similar to what I'd been trying. What I'd like to do now is take one of those files (a single title), and put it on a disc for set-top playback (without menus, subtitles, alternate audio, etc., all

Ripping a 4.7 GB 2 hour DVD took only a few minutes with PoweDirector. When I look in the folder created, the single vob file is 0 bytes so it looks like it can create the files in the folder but cannot encode the avi Page 2 of 2 < Prev 1 2 Advertisement Jon1001 Joined: Jun 28, 2007 Messages: 208 That should be fine. Ash: Hi!

Quote 5th Apr 201201:25 #4 awgie View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2008 LocationLanarkshire, Scotland Will VOB2MPG save the file back to a VOB? Surkin Newbie Private Message Joined: Jul 03, 2015 09:50 Messages: 5 Offline Solved by Jul 03, 2015 10:04 I am a new user, and am importing some home-made DVDs. What problems were you encountering with Nero?Under Add/Remove Programs, pick Roxio and choose the Repair option. http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/preList/44309/229426.page It's easy!

Using decrypter, I ripped in IFO mode, but in Tools->Settings->IFO Mode enabled stream processing, changed "File splitting" to "None", unchecked "Copy IFO File", and chose not to create any other files. The other reason was jittery panning on 'produced' files when the picture has lots of detail (haven't looked to see if this is fixed yet). This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by Dean L. when I ripped the dvd (using anydvd and ImageBurn) it does not give me IFO/BUP/VOB files, it gives me an .iso file.

Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Doom9's Forum Like the sig says. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Rick Brewster 703 Paint.NET Author and Developer Administrators 703 14,355 posts LocationBay Area, CA Posted Yet MyDVD works fine??Just to make sure it isn't a Vista/permissions issue, I used Magic ISO and extracted the iso to the same folder I had tried to use to create I can watch the entire DVD from the hard drive, and it plays just fine.

How do I get the IFO/BUP/VOB files? this contact form An iso file is like a zip file. Try using mpg2cut2 on the VOB. thanks.

These are recordings of musical performances, and the glitches are quite noticeable. And today, I have a VOB file that is reporting just a little over 12 hours when it's really only 9:08. I'll reply to this thread again with further problems along the same line. have a peek here DirectX10 (Vista) and the latest graphics drivers.

Thanks again for all the help---feel free to let me know when you're sick of me ;-) CDJ 2COOL17th September 2004, 13:23Originally posted by chjones At this point, I tried to I noticed when I opened the file in VOBEdit, there was definitely a mismatch in the amounts of audio vs. And Nero Recode just produces another set of VOB files with incorrect times.

I also do it after replacing old files with new ones after stripping.

The problem is I did not know the difference and thought that was the appropriate guide. Go up to Edit and select Join clips ___________________________ 8. Jon1001, Aug 11, 2007 #16 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I believe I have solved the problem with Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12.0, by coming to understand (from the big boys here and from other online sources) that in order to

That is stripping VOB IDs in VOB Extras but "keeping" everything. However, with the time reported incorrectly there's no way I can edit the video. It's an I7 core with 32 GB RAM. Check This Out PD wouldn't 'see' the DVD files at first but I instantly realised that it expects the files to be in a 'VIDEO_TS' folder.

What problems were you encountering with Nero?Under Add/Remove Programs, pick Roxio and choose the Repair option.Main and only problem with Nero (both 7 and 8) is that when I try and purplehawk5th September 2004, 04:44I'm a newbie and kinda stuck in the same situation. I'd appreciate any help. Many media players can't do this either (even if they have a step feature they don't give frame info) ...because, I assume, most people don't want or need that feature, so

Unfortunately, they aren't video editors. Create new IFOs for these new VOBs ___________________________ 12. When I look in the folder created, the single vob file is 0 bytes so it looks like it can create the files in the folder but cannot encode the avi Protection methods and time sync instructions are also implanted to purposefully make it difficult to re-author.

You're welcome! 3. But, problem is--without going on in excruciating detail--these are PAL DVDs, so they are VOB files, which makes everything much more of a pain in the butt. For First Vob-Id, you should have "1". I just want to correct the time reported in Windows Explorer.

Odd thing is that it will create an iso just fine using MyDVD. It just won't create the vob files etc yet when I look in the iso itcreated, the vobs and evrything alse is there fine!!Also used GSpot to confirm I had the Go to File/Capture. Just do a mock-strip with IfoEdit on Titleset in question.

I just thought surely someone else is using the program for this purpose or one like it (ie working with media images, as opposed to images a person's created), & that You may be able to change such a setting in the preferences of your application. This worked for me. 2COOL6th September 2004, 02:[email protected] Great! :D Edit: Also, check your PM. @jorel Originally posted by jorel i did tests trashing files to stay only with the same files with .srt extenstion, this should work fine when you place them in the same folder, having the same name as the movie only with .srt extension.

Dean L. I know this is an old thread but since I had the same problem as the OP and there was no solution posted that satisfied the OP, here is my go. When I 'Produce' a new video (from the captured file), the lip sync problem is very much apparent. so i tried mkvmergegui v4.4.