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IMPORTING VTS FOLDERS


varadero

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Good evening I am copying / importing Audio_TS and Video_TS ,from a DVD+R .

The folder AUDIO_TS is empty

The folder VIDEO_TS contains: Video_TS.BUP ;Video_TS.IFO and Video_TS.VOB files ,as well as the related files ie: VTS_01_1.VOB ,VTS_02_1.VOB etc....

Am I to copy over the VTS_01_1.VOB FILES or the Video_TS.VOB folder for future editing with Videowave,EMC9.

 

Sorry for my original post I went to fast...

I was to also ask if I can bring these files over in AVI ;it looks like that I can copy over these files in MPEG or DViX....or VOB files are OK for edition.....

 

Thanks

Varadero

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Good evening I am copying / importing Audio_TS and Video_TS ,from a DVD+R .

The folder AUDIO_TS is empty

The folder VIDEO_TS contains: Video_TS.BUP ;Video_TS.IFO and Video_TS.VOB files ,as well as the related files ie: VTS_01_1.VOB ,VTS_02_1.VOB etc....

Am I to copy over the VTS_01_1.VOB FILES or the Video_TS.VOB folder for future editing with Videowave,EMC9.

 

Sorry for my original post I went to fast...

I was to also ask if I can bring these files over in AVI ;it looks like that I can copy over these files in MPEG or DViX....or VOB files are OK for edition.....

 

Thanks

Varadero

 

 

If it isn't a commercial DVD, then copy it to your hard drive, open VideoWave, click on Add Photo/Video, and browse to the Video_TS file that you have copied to your computer. VideoWave should bring in the .VOB files.

 

The software will not accept content from a commercial DVD, since it is illegal to do so.

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If it isn't a commercial DVD, then copy it to your hard drive, open VideoWave, click on Add Photo/Video, and browse to the Video_TS file that you have copied to your computer. VideoWave should bring in the .VOB files.

 

The software will not accept content from a commercial DVD, since it is illegal to do so.

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Good morning ,many thanks for your quick reply ,but would you suggest it should be easier for me to use ROXIO MEDIA IMPORT(EMC9),copy the film over to my hard drive ,Roxio Media is given me 3 choices ; DIVX ,WMA9 and MPEG extention ,Would WMV9 be the best choice for editing with VideoWave and thereafter burned to DVD.(I would output first to MPEG)

I honnestly thought that VOB files were not that easy to edit....

I have 2 clips of approx 28min each with 16:9 ratio

Should I keep this ratio (16:9)for editing because i will eventually burned two DVD's;one copy in 4:3 ratio and one copy in 16:9 ratio

The films originated from DigitalCamcorder with smallDVD(8CM) and the content is family stuff

 

THANKS AGAIN

VARADERO

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