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Please Help Confused 'newbie' Understand VOB Files Etc.

Long story short, a VOB file is a very lost and confused file outside of the DvD structure. All in all, very complicated---I think I'll stick with just doing the mock strip with streams instead of VOB ID's---that seemed to work fine, uses only IFOedit, and takes a little For de-noise use surface blur from http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=4367 For the pic you posted I would adjust Brightness & Contrast to make the images more defined. After you have done it, click on Get VTS Sectors in IfoEdit to correct your IFOs. http://nuvisiongraphx.com/please-help/please-help-i-cant-understand.html

Advertisement Recent Posts Search function very slow/not... I would then create a new DVD from the edited video. They don't even need to be in the same VOB file, since the DVD player sees it as one big block of data, not as several separate 1GB "files". Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.

Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I forgot to mentioned that you supposed to replace the old ones with the one VIDChanger created for you. There's no need for that kind of smart-ass comment. guide (http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&postid=283424#post283424).

Once uploaded, place the URL of the file inside of tags in a post. Hope that helps. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ezu0526 0 Newbies 0 5 posts Posted June 15, 2007 Post a pic....why....why not?1. video data. Maybe it was relevant at one time, but no longer is?Or, maybe the page linked above is relevant if you somehow already have all these files (IFO, VOB, etc).

An iso file is like a zip file. But IMO DVD screen cap would be very nice for web already, unless it's a home made DVD :? As for why I would want to alter it, without going into detail, it would be to omit certain scenes. http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/preList/44309/229426.page I just thought surely someone else is using the program for this purpose or one like it (ie working with media images, as opposed to images a person's created), & that

Several functions may not work. Video codec benchmarking done right MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy Latest tool updates Vegas Movie Studio so all i had was the vts01 ifo and the vob files, no video_ts.ifo or nothin. Surkin Chris965678 Newbie Private Message Location: UK Joined: Jul 30, 2014 00:27 Messages: 5 Offline Jan 20, 2016 13:33 Great!

I'd appreciate any help. Please don't PM them.In fact, don't PM me at all unless it's something I've asked to be told about!Before asking questions, search the forum to see if someone else already has.Use The captured file is continuous with no breaks. It limits file size to a maximum of 4GB.

then i tried stripping the video in ifoedit but i accidently overwrote the original vob files. this content I can watch the entire DVD from the hard drive, and it plays just fine. They're 4,6,7,8,10, and so on, up to 93 or so. Edit: For all anyone knows, that particular vob may be damaged.

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Esp if you want to not just save single frames but also know exactly what frame you're selecting. e.g. I can't say for certain whether additional frames are inserted or missing but the sound dissapears for a fraction of a second before the end of each VOB segment, although the

The VOB files start and end times match up at each of the transitions.

That info is stored elsewhere ON THE DVD. Go to File/Capture. But I've never had this problem with VOB files, so I can't say for sure if it will work with them. If your VOB contained any subtitles, they will be fuzzy green.

Only if you have the full IFO/VOB set. I can tell you this, though: It said "Burned successfully!" But like I said, when I tried to play it on my dvd player it said "cannot play this type of For First Vob-Id, you should have "1". check over here And then be able to sucessfully burn it.

There is no "try." - Yoda Quote 5th Apr 201204:19 #11 AlanHK View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateApr 2006 LocationHong Kong Originally Posted by awgie Originally Do or do not. Then when I try to burn and the program TELLS me to use a single layer dvd so I do, and then it burns a coaster... Unfortunately, they aren't video editors.

Without its home, VOB is useless. However, with the time reported incorrectly there's no way I can edit the video. Last update was at Jul 03. 2015 18:55 Dean L. Vegas Movie Studio also reports the same length.

Test to play ___________________________ I know it's a long process but I just want to know if it works. Open up VTS_01_1.IFO with VIDChanger (http://www.posunplugged.com/jsoto/). Roxio, the leader in Digital Media Software Jump to content Paint.NET Discussion and Questions Existing user? I can extract them just fine and if I use NeroVision, that creates the folder and contects correctly.

Posted 22 December 2007 - 04:37 PM Lencuff,Okay, so although you can create complete ISOs from the same source material, and you can extract the VIDEO_TS contents from the ISO to Chapters markers within other files dictate the play and structure of a DVD vob set. It certainly doesn't make that guide any less valid just because it doesn't apply to how you've done things. Unfortunately, they aren't video editors.

Are you implying your stored DVD's, either physical media or a hard disk rip of your personal videos, don't have the proper folder structure? It appears fine when played in the editor preview window. Back to top #3 james_hardin james_hardin Digital Guru Digital Guru 10,000 posts Gender:Male Posted 20 December 2007 - 04:19 AM Curious???