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How to Extract to AVI?

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by ntguru705, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. ntguru705

    ntguru705 Guest

    I want to extract segments of a DVD to an AVI file for playback in PPT. I know DVD Shrink will create the VOB but is there a way to edit that VOB file? If no is there a way or a program to extract a set time from a DVD to a file I can play in PPT?

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  2. andmerr

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  3. asdfg12

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    I've used virtualdub to grab bits of an avi with a lot of success.
     
  4. ntguru705

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    I think on DVD2AVI you have to do the whole disc right? I will try the second link there.

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  5. ntguru705

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    Ok I am very confused. I got VDub... not sure what it does though...

    I have DVD2AVI but and it takes in VOB files which I can create.... but I dont see how to save to AVI. It says I need something like TMPGEnc.. which I got but I dont understand it either.
     
  6. andmerr

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    tmpgenc is an alround encoding program that you can also edit clips with .There is a guide for it located at the link below:

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/
     
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    Xilisoft DVD Ripper I am using can also rip DVD clips. To choose "Encode Segment" in File menu, then enter the beginning time and the duration of the song. It is SIMPLE.
     
  8. asdfg12

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    Use the select range feature uder the video tab with virtual dub. I think you can either use time frames. You can find the necessary info by using the slider at the bottom.
     

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