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How to remove video clip from dvd?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by nniwelt, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. nniwelt

    nniwelt Member

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    I want to remove video clip from dvd that I have.
    dvd has all menus like every dvd out there but all i want is just to get 2 video clips out of there.
    Files present are .vob .ifo and .bup
    I don't want to burn dvd later on, i just want to have one file with audio & video in one.
    I've tried some authoring software but i'm ending up with separate audio & video files, or just video with very distorted sudio.

    How do I do that? What program ?

    Thanks a lot

    Norbert
     
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    DONT POST EMAILS!!!!!!!!!! please!!!!! read the forum rules
     
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    Sorry for email it was setup as signature with my name.
     
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    Adder01 thanks
    I'll be trying this right away.

    Norbert
     
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    Dear Adder

    Program is great but I want to have extracted movie in one file toegther (audio & video)I don't want to burn dvd later on just want to have video that I can play with Windows Media Player for instance.

    Please advise
     
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    The quickest way to save a DVD clip is just copy the VOB file it is in and rename the VOB extension to MPG. Then you should be able to play it with WMP. If you want to extract the exact segment and save as mpg with a specific bitrate, try ImTOO DVD Ripper at www.imtoo.com
     
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    Dear DogBomb

    DAMN,
    It worked.
    Thank you very much
     
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    @ mallyord

    Take that lotto scam link out of your sig immediately. If I see it again you're banned.
     

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