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#1 loizok

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Posted 05 August 2007 - 09:13 AM

I wonder if itís possible to extract a picture from a DVD I created a long time ago on a Lite-On stand alone recorder. This was pre Roxio. Iím able to extract a picture from Roxio created movie clips, thanks to this forum, but I donít seem to be able to do it from very old recordings that are not created by Roxio. The strange thing is also that the DVD has three individual movies on it but I see only two when I look up the files on the disk. When I try to open one of three VOB. files the computer needs to know what program created it. I have no idea. Iím making a presentation piece for a family reunion and I need to have these old pictures included in it.

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Posted 05 August 2007 - 12:53 PM

Have you tried using disc copier to copy the DVD to your hard drive, then put it in videowave and try to extract the picture from there?

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#3 loizok

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 04:11 AM

Have you tried using disc copier to copy the DVD to your hard drive, then put it in videowave and try to extract the picture from there?

I spent hours trying to do it with Roxio. Very frustrating. Roxio would copy the video but I could not save it as a mpg file. I have Sonic which came preinstalled on my computer and I tried doing it with it. I was able to save it as an mpg. file. Then using Roxio I was able to extract the pictures from the video I wanted. After my frustration with Roxio leaves I will attempt to use Roxio again for the conversion.




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