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How do I covert a VOB file to AVI or MOV

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by trekkie, Nov 12, 2002.

  1. trekkie

    trekkie Member

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    I want to edit my home movies that I have recorded with my stand alone DVD reorder. I have adobe premier 6.5 to edit but it will only import AVI or MOV files. Can anyone help. Thanks.
     
  2. Insite

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    Use DVD2AVI. It's free and downloadable here. You input your vobs and it outputs an avi (takes awhile).
     
  3. trekkie

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    Do you know if there is any loss in video quaility or not?
     
  4. Insite

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    shouldn't be a loss at all.
     
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    I used DVD2AVI to convert a VOB file. It makes 2 files, one is a AVI the other is a wav file. Is there any way that DVD2AVI can make one file with both the video and audio on the same AVI file?
     
  6. Insite

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    Nope. It demuxes the audio from the video so you can re-encode.
     
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    Thanks for all the help. I have 1 more question. I trid using adobe premier to recombine the AVI and WAV file but I having trouble. Is their another program out there to recombine these files into one AVI file.
     
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    I believe ImgTool will do that.
     
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    trekkie

    If you are using premiere 6.5, I thought you can get a Main Concept Plugin, which will encode you edited AVI file to mpeg2.

    All you have to do then is use an authoring program (DVD Factory, DVD Workshop to name but a few)

    HomerJ
     

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