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Can't Edit Vob Files In Videowave


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Hi there. I have the same troubles with .VOB files as mentioned in the first post of J@ck (here) Furthermore, I need to edit a video using a VideoWave, but the program does not accept any .VOB files. Why? I have followed a Jim_Hardin’s suggestions, but no result. I modified the extensions of three .VOB files, present in the VIDEO_TS folder, to .mpeg. The program accepts the files, but the total length of the video is just 29 sec instead 30 minutes!!!!! Has someone a suggestion to fix the troubles? Thanking in advance, I send you my best regards.

 

 

 

S.O. : Windows 8.1

SUITE: "Roxio Creator NXT PRO 3” (purchased some three months ago)

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Thank you for your prompt and kind replays. :) The VOB files are from home made DVDs. I dubbed a piece of film from a VHS cassette into a DVD. I had used a AVS4YOU Converter, no problem. Therefore, just a question. Why cannot the “Roxio Creator NXT PRO 3” do that the AVS4YOU can do it instead? :blink: I suppose the Roxio suite is not worse than AVS4YOU suite...

Have a nice day.

See you the next time. :)

Giampaolo

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I have no problems adding vob files from my home made DVDs into Videowave or myDVD. There should be no need to use any 3rd party software or even rename the vob to mpg. That 28 sec file you mention may be just the menu video which normally is around 30 seconds long.

 

Exactly how did you go about adding the vobs from the DVD to Videowave? Can you post the list of all the files on your DVD?

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Thanks @myguggi for your replay. I add the VOB file as shown in the attached image. I suppose is the correct way.

Furthermore, the list has shown in the second attached image.

 

Have a nice day.

 

Giampaolo

 

 

 

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Very good point @myguggi. Those two folders are two different recording of a piece of the same film in two different definitions. I had named them in that way in order to avoid any mistakes due to I need to do some tests. Now, I named them as VIDEO_TS and put them in two different folders and the VideoWave program runs without problem. Now I can edit the VOB files. The mistake has been to rename the original VIDEO_TS folders. Thank you very much.

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Have nice day to all.

 

Giampaolo

 

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