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I'm trying to import vob files from multiple dvds to make a new dvd and I can't get roxio to see those files from the dvd player

should I save the file to my computer first?

do I need to convert those files?

if so how do I do that

I would appreciate any feedback

 

 

 

this is my operating system

Dell Inspiron 530S

windows 7 ultimate

pentium dual core cpu e5300 @ 2.60 ghz

4 gb memory

32-bit operating system

intel ® g33/g31 express chipset family

 

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I'm trying to import vob files from multiple dvds to make a new dvd and I can't get roxio to see those files from the dvd player

should I save the file to my computer first?

do I need to convert those files?

if so how do I do that

I would appreciate any feedback

Put the DVD into your computer, then simply copy the .VOB files to your HD using Windows Explorer.

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Put the DVD into your computer, then simply copy the .VOB files to your HD using Windows Explorer.

 

 

did what you said and they are on my desktop I open roxio went to create dvds & the advanced edit video

I can navagate to the files but it still doesnt see them or it tells me that one or more of the files cannot be

edited and have not been added

can you tell me what I'm doing wrong

thanks for any input

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did what you said and they are on my desktop I open roxio went to create dvds & the advanced edit video

I can navagate to the files but it still doesnt see them or it tells me that one or more of the files cannot be

edited and have not been added

can you tell me what I'm doing wrong

thanks for any input

Ah... now for the crucial question... Are you using a commercially pressed/purchased disc? If so, then you're working with copyrighted and encrypted files, and no Roxio product will assist you because that's illegal. If you're working with homemade discs, then there's something else going on.

 

Let us know.

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Ah... now for the crucial question... Are you using a commercially pressed/purchased disc? If so, then you're working with copyrighted and encrypted files, and no Roxio product will assist you because that's illegal. If you're working with homemade discs, then there's something else going on.

 

Let us know.

 

 

I purchased dvd-r @ costco to convert my family vhs movies (w/a vhs to dvd player purchased @ costco)

& now trying to combine them, so they are not commercially pressed or copyrighted

the file says its VTS_01_1.VOB

I can play them thru win media player but I do get a error message saying that is has an extension that

does no match the file format (it plays anyways when I click ok)

hopefully this info helps if not let me know thanks again for all your help

 

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I purchased dvd-r @ costco to convert my family vhs movies (w/a vhs to dvd player purchased @ costco)

& now trying to combine them, so they are not commercially pressed or copyrighted

the file says its VTS_01_1.VOB

I can play them thru win media player but I do get a error message saying that is has an extension that

does no match the file format (it plays anyways when I click ok)

hopefully this info helps if not let me know thanks again for all your help

If you're using Creator 2010, then VideoWave shouldn't have any problems with VOB files, but, you can try copying them to your HD and then change the extension to .MPG and see if that makes a difference. (Make sure you've set Windows Explorer so it doesn't hide file extensions.) If all you're trying to do is play them with WMP, then changing the extension should fix the message you're seeing.

 

Hope that helps

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