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EMERGENCY PLEASE HELP ME OUT

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by coastin, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. coastin

    coastin Regular member

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    im trying to burn a vob. file onto a dvd+r disc but the only problem is that the file im trying to burn is bigger than 4.7 gbs is ther a way to make the file smaller so it will make it fit onto the 4.7 gb disc if there is can u please tell me wut program to use and how to use it please help
     
  2. Zippy84

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    you have a SINGLE .vob file that is larger than 4.7 GB??? i have never seen a single vob larger than 1gb.....what are you trying to copy/burn...once i know i will be able to help you better
     
  3. bilbo65

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    Huh....Shrink it???
     
  4. Zippy84

    Zippy84 Member

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    if youre trying to do a movien then there shouldnt be any .vob files larger than 1024MB (1GB). unless you somehow reencoded the video into one vob (why you would do that is beyond me)then you shouldnt have a huge vob file.
     
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    bilbo65 Regular member

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    BTW, what's the emergency anyway?
     
  6. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    That is a good one. How can you end up with a single giant .vob like that? Maybe coastin is just referring to his entire folder.

    coastin, your .vob should be in a folder with a few other files...well it might be....if there are some other files can you list them?

    Maybe someone is holding him hostage until he burns his big vob.
     
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  7. coastin

    coastin Regular member

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    the video ts folder contains 4 vob files but when i put them all in its over than 4.7 gbs is ther anything i can do
     
  8. Mort81

    Mort81 Senior member

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    Download dvd decrypter and dvd shrink. Click on the guides tab on the top of the page to learn how to use them or use Pete's guide here.
    http://www.dvdplusvideo.com/petesguide2.html

    Edit: both these programs are free and can be accessed by clicking on the programs in blue letters or the software tab at top.

    Mort

    PS please hurry afterall this is an emergency
     
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  9. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    Sorry coastin for me and all my cohorts having fun at your expense. It always seems unsolvable when you are the one with the problem.

    The reason I asked for the list of files was to verify that you did not have a giant .vob. Which you don't. Which is good!

    Mort has the answer and of course we will all be here if you have any other issues or problems.

    Welcome to Afterdawn!
     
  10. Mort81

    Mort81 Senior member

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    Sorry man I couldn't resist. But really those 2 proggy's should fix ya up.
     
  11. travalon

    travalon Regular member

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    I believe "Jfuse movie" will make giant VOB. files though I dont know what use they would be.
     
  12. fasfrank

    fasfrank Active member

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    jfuse just joins mpeg and .avi which would then be split into compliant .vob files during the authoring process. Looks to be a handy program if your movie DL comes in parts though. I don't think you could ever get a "big vob" out of it.
     

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