I'm working with a DVD out of a series which has multiple individual episodes on it. Each episode has 2 VOB files, a large and small one. One of the four episodes has an error in the second (smaller in size) of its VOB files. I was able to get the file copied to hard disk using DVD Decrypter by telling it to ignore the error sections. The resulting VOB file is slightly smaller than the orginal. I don't think that I can burn it to DVD now in this state. I'd like to edit the VOB to splice out any sections (audio and video) where the video alone is missing. I can't seem to find the right software or method for editing the VOB directly, and after reading several posts am still confused about converting from VOB to DivX, AVI, or MPEG to do the editing, and then converting back to VOB. I might would just delete the one flawed episode and all of its files and try to burn the rest to DVD (or try and simply split the error segment off the end), but I don't fully understand the file structure using the IFO and VOB files, and if the result would play if it's missing one of the original files. Please advise, and thanks in advance!