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M2V to VOB with what?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by ynot, Jul 29, 2002.

  1. ynot

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    I have tried a number of peoples ideas regarding DVD9 to DVDr. I now use Smartripper to IFOedit to Nero. Works well on most films, but I have the odd one that has a massive main VOB. I can remove until the cows come home but still they won't fit. I must compress. Therefore I use RE-MPEG to compress it. I start by Re-muxing to a M2V file with Smartripper and then compress. What I want to do now is convert the M2V back to VOB so I can use IFOedit to re-build the file with the same menus etc. the only thing that will have changed is the size of the main VOB file!! HOW???
    I have many programs that will let me do that, BUT they add their own menus! NO!!! I just want the M2V back to normal!
    Can you help?

    SO to cut a long story short. What do I need to make M2V into VOB WITHOUT any extras!

    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks!
    I can find info on how to convert to M2V but Derrow's help file just says " now proceed with remuxing back into VOB using IFOedit" HOW!! I have printed out ALL the help files and can't seem to find how to convert it back to VOB.
    If I could find a help file which tells me how to use this part of IFOedit it would be great!

    Thanks again!
     
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    Cheers!

    I found it just after I posted the last note! Couldn't see if for looking at it!!
     
  6. erwinh22

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    That's all fine. But how can remux the subtitles and audio back into the VOB file? The .m2v file I am supposing does not have either the audio nor the subtitles in it?

     

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