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What is the best quality video output. I'm using Video lab and I'm converting Video TS files using Any Video Converter. I couldn't get Roxio Video Lab to do the conversion. I've got it set to convert to "Customized MP Movie (*.mp4)" Is that what I should be convering to to get the best quality possible?

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What is the best quality video output. I'm using Video lab and I'm converting Video TS files using Any Video Converter. I couldn't get Roxio Video Lab to do the conversion. I've got it set to convert to "Customized MP Movie (*.mp4)" Is that what I should be convering to to get the best quality possible?

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Rob

 

Why are you converting? You can't get better video from what you have now.

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and what are you going to do with the converted video.

 

I'm taking making a basketball highlight DVD for my son. I have the games on Disc. I wasn't able to work with Video TS files in Roxio Video Lab and it wouldn't convert them. Someone here recommended that I use Any Video Converter. So I'm copying the Video TS file from a disc and them converting it using Any Video Converter to a workable format so that I can edit and trim the various highlights. I have been using Any Video Converter I have been covering the Video TS files to a "Customized MP Movie (*.mp4)" . I'm just wondering if that is the right type of file to convert them to. There are a number of options. I'm basically clueless as far as this goes so I appoligize if I'm asking a stupid question.

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I'm taking making a basketball highlight DVD for my son. I have the games on Disc. I wasn't able to work with Video TS files in Roxio Video Lab and it wouldn't convert them. Someone here recommended that I use Any Video Converter. So I'm copying the Video TS file from a disc and them converting it using Any Video Converter to a workable format so that I can edit and trim the various highlights. I have been using Any Video Converter I have been covering the Video TS files to a "Customized MP Movie (*.mp4)" . I'm just wondering if that is the right type of file to convert them to. There are a number of options. I'm basically clueless as far as this goes so I appoligize if I'm asking a stupid question.

 

Roxio Video Lab is a cut-down version of a full Roxio Suite and so may have some of the video related features missing.

 

Video-TS is not a file but a folder containing a number of ifo, bup and vob files. The vob files are the actual video files.

You cannot get better video then what you have now in the Video-TS folder. Converting to mp4 is a waste of time since it will be converted back to the same format and quality you have now in the Video_TS folder when you eventually burn the DVD.

 

Does your program have an app called Videowave or Edit Video-advanced? If yes then you should have the ability to work with the video contained in the Video-TS folder.

 

Another option is to copy the Video_TS folder to your hard drive and then go into that folder and change the vob extension to mpg. Videowave should now be able to add those mpg files (Actually, Videowave should add the vob file)

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Roxio Video Lab is a cut-down version of a full Roxio Suite and so may have some of the video related features missing.

 

Video-TS is not a file but a colder containing a number of if,bup and vob files. The vob files are the actual video files.

You cannot get better video then what you have now in the Video-TS folder. Converting to mp4 is a waste of time since it will be converted back to the same format and quality you have now in the Video_TS folder when you eventually burn the DVD.

 

Does your program have an app called Videowave or Edit Video-advanced? If yes then you should have the ability to work with the video contained in the Video-TS folder.

 

Another option is to copy the Video_TS folder to your hard drive and then go into that folder and change the vob extension to mpg. Videowave should now be able to add those mpg files (Actually, Videowave should add the vob file)

 

 

Thanks, I'll give that a try.

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(Actually, Videowave should add the vob file)

 

Videowave won't let you select one vob it will import the whole movie, same as selecting the VIDEO_TS.IFO file..

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