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How do you turn IFO & VOB Files back into ISO?????

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by ozyredeye, Apr 20, 2003.

  1. ozyredeye

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    Hi All
    When you rip 4 titles out from the main Movie using Stream Processing ,it turns them into Vob and IFO files... Is there a way of turning them back into ISO files ???

    any help would be great thanks Martin
     
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    Wht not just burn the .VOB .BUP .IFO files onto a DVD-R (+R) ?

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    I,m trying to remove all the intros and trailers from a disc that has 4 episodes on it ,then turn it back into an iso file mount it with A120% and then use IC7 to make them fit on one dvd ,,,I have tried to do this with IC7 taking only the episodes and menu made them fitt onto a 4.7gb disc but I can only get the picture quality no higher then 65% ,,,If I could the picture quality upto say 70% I would be happy ,,,can you help????
    thanks Martin
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    Easiest way is ...

    after unencrypting the DVD to use DVD2One and select FULL-DISK.
    The menu & extras will be there but very low importance on video quality.
    It'll compress you a DVD-R (+R)

    I'd rate the main episodes as about 90% personally after this.

    I've just finished doing 'The Very Best of Bottom' episode disc...all's good

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    OK I'll give that a try ,,,but doesnt dvd2one make the end quality no where near as good as IC7 ???
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    I've not used Instant Copy 7 ?: )
     
  7. majai

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    I have a cd that has .vbo, .ifo, and .bup files. all I want to do at this point is play the cd. None of my stuff will reconize it except InterVideo WIN DVD. It only starts very slowly then fails to respond. What do I do to play the thing.
     
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    If you have .VOB .IFO .BUP files on a CD-R then it'll only be like 5 minutes of video I'd imagine !!
    Are you sure it isn't a DVD-R ????
     
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    I'd guess from the lack of a lable it's a DVD-R. ItnerVideo will start it but it takes a long time between frames and it times out before it finishes the intro. Nothins else will reconize it.
     
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    I've not had any trouble with InterActual Player DVD's (just be sure not to install the InterActual Player)

    Play with PowerDVD/WinDVD after uninstall..
     

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