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Importing Vob Files To Make Dvd


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If it isn't encrypted, just use explorer and copy the video_ts folder to the hard drive.

 

If you need to edit the video, Videowave does NOT use VOB files. You will have to use Media Import to import the disc which copies the video to a MPEG file. If you do ANY editing, the entire file will be re-encoded. As far as I can tell, there is no way around that without using additional software.

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If it isn't encrypted, just use explorer and copy the video_ts folder to the hard drive.

 

If you need to edit the video, Videowave does NOT use VOB files. You will have to use Media Import to import the disc which copies the video to a MPEG file. If you do ANY editing, the entire file will be re-encoded. As far as I can tell, there is no way around that without using additional software.

 

Thanks guys,

Grandpa and ggr have both helped me and it's all resolved.

So long as I use the roxio disc copy engine, I can import all or selected vob files and export as an image or into video folders.

You can even selectively remove/add titles/chapters prior to burn.

Sorry ggrussell that I did not explain I didn't have the video folder to start with.

All is good.

Thanks

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Thanks guys,

Grandpa and ggr have both helped me and it's all resolved.

So long as I use the roxio disc copy engine, I can import all or selected vob files and export as an image or into video folders.

You can even selectively remove/add titles/chapters prior to burn.

Sorry ggrussell that I did not explain I didn't have the video folder to start with.

All is good.

Thanks

 

You are welcome. I am glad that you got it sorted.

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