convert vob files into avi or mpg without quality loss for video editing

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i need to know how to convert the vob files of an dvd into a high quality avi or mpg for the purposes of editing those in any video editing software avaible.

i cant find any software that make the conversion in the files without quality loss. reply

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08-05-2005 09:13 PM
Marcs

Yo Marcs,

I have exactly the sam problem and I am getting quite frustrated, because none of the programmes I have tried, actually does what it sais.

If you have found anything, please let me know, and if I do, I will let you know.

You know what they say, two is always better that one.

Good luck!

Stiaan reply

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08-19-2005 08:32 AM
Stiaan

I’ve been trying to convert mpeg files to vob files but so with little luck. theres a problem called aurora but it takes about 4 hours to converts 120mins and distorts the picture terribly. are there any other methods of converting mpeg to vob without compramising clarity? please let me know. reply

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08-20-2005 07:01 AM
issip

to marcs.

a program called all-to-avi can be used to copy to and from many formats. but conversion from mpeg to dvd or vob is poor. let me know what helps you. reply

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08-20-2005 07:04 AM
issip

So fucking gay!!!!! reply

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08-20-2005 07:41 AM
TopsyTurvy

A few programs were suggested to me:
Chopper XP
Xilisoft DVD Ripper

^ Those are suppose to convert and rip, but I couldn’t get either to work. For ripping only, I use DVD Shrink.

I also need to convert .vob to .mpg, but I also can’t find anything that works. I would be ok with just ripping to .mpg format.

esttu reply

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08-21-2005 12:49 PM
esttu

YASA VOB to MPEG Converter

you can also convert to AVI using any codecs you have. reply

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08-21-2005 01:32 PM
MC16

From where can we download Chopper XP reply

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08-22-2005 09:40 AM
issip

Try www.emule-project.com

Might as well get anything you look for!

Sti reply

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08-22-2005 11:08 AM
Stiaan

Tnks everyone for the hand.

Stiaan, if i find anything that works, i let u know. reply

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08-24-2005 03:25 PM
Marcs

Alive DVD Ripper
http://www.alivemedia.net/dvd-ripper/index.htm reply

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01-11-2006 08:34 PM
sunny may

why not try to change .vob extension to .mpg ?
i use this method for VCD (.DAT). reply

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01-11-2006 09:11 PM
ThenF
5 posts

ThenF wrote:
why not try to change .vob extension to .mpg ?
i use this method for VCD (.DAT).

thats a good idea can u pls tell me how to do that. my mp4 players plays only amv format.
i have tried to convert vob to amv but some how i can not. reply

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04-26-2006 06:56 AM
Anand
19 posts

If all you want to do is edit the VOB files you do not have to convert them.
MPG-VCR by Womble (KEY: WIN32-MPEG2-45601bf8a583) will do it... http://www.womble.com/
Or, just rename the .vob to .mpg and use AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV Splitter by Boilsoft (KEY: SV707-74XAFQ-11300)
http://www.boilsoft.com/
Check them out. reply

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04-27-2006 01:49 AM
Mann114

After using DVD DeCrypter, I never had any problems renaming the *.vob files to *.mpg files.

Use Ulead Media Studio to convert (and EDIT) the renamed files.

If all else fails, use DVDchopper! Get it here...

http://utenti.unife.it/roberto.lissandrin/homepage/download/chopperxp.exe reply

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05-02-2006 12:36 PM
Spin
15 posts

use vob2mpg from here http://www.svcd2dvd.com/downloads.aspx#VOB2MPG

dont rename VOB to MPG do it properly, you may get unpredictable results with some VOB’s reply

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05-02-2006 07:52 PM
Tama
97 posts

Hi this is Anand, i am using a so called mp4 player, but it only plays amv format. it came with the software 3.68 that ment to convert different formats to amv.

This tool used for transforming the media files to the AMV file format which can be played by MP3 Player of our company, the support converts of the video file format has below several kinds:

1) The AVI format file of the by extended name avi;

2) The Windows Media format file of the by extended name asf, wmv;

3) The MPEG1 format file of the by extended name mpg, mpeg;

4) The realplay format file of the by extended name rm;

5) The quicktime format file of the by extended name mov;

6) The MPEG2 format file of the by extended name vob;

Usage terrace: Windows98, Windows Me, Windows2000, Windows XP. The Windows Media Player pleases upgrade 9.0 and above edition; The DirectX pleases use 9.0 and above edition.

some how i can not convert vob to amv.
can any one pls help me on how to convert dvd(vob files) to amv.
thnx. reply

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05-06-2006 06:09 AM
Anand
19 posts

Hey i need to convert Vob files to AMV files . Any help? reply

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08-03-2006 05:35 PM
Popel

i use this program called magic dvd ripper. its amazing just put the dvd in and i converts the vob file to really clear mpeg files. My question is i need a program that will convert mpeg back to vob so i can burn the movies onto dvds. reply

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08-10-2006 10:46 PM
eddie murphy

Anand wrote:
Hi this is Anand, i am using a so called mp4 player, but it only plays amv format. it came with the software 3.68 that ment to convert different formats to amv.

This tool used for transforming the media files to the AMV file format which can be played by MP3 Player of our company, the support converts of the video file format has below several kinds:

1) The AVI format file of the by extended name avi;

2) The Windows Media format file of the by extended name asf, wmv;

3) The MPEG1 format file of the by extended name mpg, mpeg;

4) The realplay format file of the by extended name rm;

5) The quicktime format file of the by extended name mov;

6) The MPEG2 format file of the by extended name vob;

Usage terrace: Windows98, Windows Me, Windows2000, Windows XP. The Windows Media Player pleases upgrade 9.0 and above edition; The DirectX pleases use 9.0 and above edition.

some how i can not convert vob to amv.
can any one pls help me on how to convert dvd(vob files) to amv.
thnx.

My mp4 player come with software 3.75
when I convert VOB to AMV some how always error:“Success:0 task(s), Fail: 1 task(s)" reply

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01-13-2007 11:20 PM
YOYOYA

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