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HELP ME!! WITH Panasonic DVD recording TO PC

Discussion in 'DVD recorders' started by knight915, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. knight915

    knight915 Member

    Oct 1, 2004
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    I really really need some help and would appreciate any help I can get! Okay here goes

    1) I record video from my panasonic dvd recorder onto dvd-r

    2) I put the dvd-r in my pc and I copy it to my hard drive where I get files ending in (.bup) (.ifo) and (.vob)

    3) I convert the .vob to mpeg video using TMPGEnc.exe (TMPGEnc.exe only recognizes one of the .vob files) after conversion it only plays the first 15 seconds and stops.

    4) I tried to rename the (.vob) file to (.mpg) and it still plays only the first 15 seconds

    5) I tried using DVDshrink software to save it to my pc and then covert to mpeg using TMPGEnc.exe but it still does not work.

    6) It only plays in full when I open it with my dvd playing software

    7) I have also tried a few other dvd to mpeg2 converting software and get the SAME results

    8) Bottom line is I want to back it up to mpeg2 (i believe mpeg2 is lossless quality, if there is something else with better quality please tell me)

    8) I want it in mpeg2 so I can make beautiful dvd's of my home videos using dvd creation software

    p.s. .avi file conversion also plays 15 seconds

    WHAT DO I DO!!! Your Help Is greatly Appreciated
  2. catfreak

    catfreak Active member

    Mar 15, 2004
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     ... Burn the disc to your HD using DVD Decrypter ...

     ... Then, if your OS is Windows XP, you're in the money because you have a neat program called Windows Movie Maker ... use it ...

     ... If you don't have Windows XP, more information is needed for an accurate answer ...
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    Last edited: Oct 7, 2004

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