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Ifo/vob Import Problem


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While I haven't used Creator 2009 much, I'm having problems importing files from a DVD into any part of the program. I had copied some original video tapes to dvd using a sony device which created the IFO/VOB files on dvd disks. The files seem to play correctly in the player but I'm unable to get the file to import into videowave. Tried the capture buttons and it doesn't even show the files being available. According to the documentation, IFO/VOB is suppose to be support for importing. I have a Dell 720 computer, quad core 6800 at 3Ghz, 2g RAM, lots of storage space and Visa Home premium. Any suggestions would be welcome.

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While I haven't used Creator 2009 much, I'm having problems importing files from a DVD into any part of the program. I had copied some original video tapes to dvd using a sony device which created the IFO/VOB files on dvd disks. The files seem to play correctly in the player but I'm unable to get the file to import into videowave. Tried the capture buttons and it doesn't even show the files being available. According to the documentation, IFO/VOB is suppose to be support for importing. I have a Dell 720 computer, quad core 6800 at 3Ghz, 2g RAM, lots of storage space and Visa Home premium. Any suggestions would be welcome.

 

Copy the files/folders, on the DVD, to a new folder on your hard drive. Open VideoWave, click on Add Photo/Video button, browse to the folder you just saved the files/folders in, click on the Video_TS folder, and click on the first .vob file, then click Open. You should get a screen, showing all the .vobs or the video. Put a check in the box to the left of all that shows up, then click ok. Everything should come in.

 

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