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  1. Member
    Join Date : Sep 2003
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    All I want to do is take footage from several DVDs and edit scenes from them into one 5 minute 'highlight reel' of famous movie scenes.

    I successfully ripped the .VOB files using DVD Decrypter, but now how do I edit or convert those files into something I can edit? I tried using TMPGEnc DVD Source Creator, but it can't open several of the .VOBs. Is there one program that will rip, and allow me to edit the .VOB files?

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  2. Member dphirschler's Avatar
    Join Date : Aug 2001
    Location : Kennesaw, GA - USA
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    VirtualDubmod can directly open VOBs I think. Otherwise, try DgIndex.

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  4. Always Watching guns1inger's Avatar
    Join Date : Apr 2004
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    Tmpgenc DVD Author's add video command will allow you to import from multiple VOB sets, trim and join.

    DVD Shrink in Re-author mode will allow you to put all the bits into one disc, but you get no menu, and they will remain in seperate titlessets.
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    As guns1inger suggested you can use DVDShrink in Re-author mode but you end up with a seperate titleset for every scene. This means there will be a pause in between each scene.

    The reliable method I use requires freeware only... DVDShrink, VOBEdit, IFOEdit, and VobBlanker.

    I rip each scene with DVDShrink into seperate folders titled 'Scene 1', 'Scene 2', etc.

    Then I use VOBEdit and IFOEdit to merge the VOBs into one titleset using this detailed yet simple guide

    Then I run the resulting titleset through VobBlanker using the default settings and there is no pause in between the scenes.

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