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deleting cells from vob

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by neil_sue, Aug 4, 2002.

  1. neil_sue

    neil_sue Guest

    Just need to know how to remove a cell from a vob as lots of films i try to back up are just over 4.36 gb and i'm hopeing to remove the end credits or forward credits to drop down below 4.36 gb. I am using ifoedit Thanks in anticipation !!!!
     
  2. dalboy

    dalboy Member

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    What media are you using?
    White Label & Datasafe DVD's have a capacity of 4,489mb which should be big enough to fit your movie on.
    If in Uk go to http://www.digitalpromo.co.uk/
    Both brands £0.87 each and are pretty compatible with standalone players.
    Hope this helps
     
  3. jnihil

    jnihil Moderator Staff Member

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    4.7 GB converted to computer units (1024 per thousand) is 4.37 GB as neil_sue says:

    4,700,000,000 / 1024 / 1024 / 1024 = 4.377Gig.

    Not sure how to remove cells from VOBs that have already been ripped. I have done this via DVDdecrypter and SmartRipper durinng the ripping phase tho.

    Do you still have the original disc?
     
  4. grashley

    grashley Guest

    I'm new at this as well. I had a movie that after ripping and stripping found that the size was 4.38Gig it would not burn with RecordNow. So I ripped it again using Smartripper and the Movie option and only selected the chapters that I required. There were 19 chapters it so happened that the last two chapters contained the credits at the end of the movie, so I did not rip these. With these 17 chapters I created the new VIDEO_TS & VTS_01_0.IFO files using IFoEdit. I also remembered to select 'Get VTS Sectors' for both these files. The finished product was the entire movie come in at 4.26Gig and I had 80Meg to spare on the DVD-R. The movie played perfect on my stand alone Sony DVD.
     

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