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  1. To make a long story short, I basically ended up with a couple VOB files from a DVD, but I don't have all of them, so they're not in seqeucne. I also don't have either of the IFOs. I want to just load a VOB and convert to MPG but every program I try forces you to load an IFO. Is there any program that convert to MPG without that IFO file? And even better, is there an easy way to create IFO files just by loading the VOB files you want on your DVD? I'd appreciate the help guys. Thanks!
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  2. DVD2AVI, drop your first VOB into the program and the rest will load automatically. You will save your project, then load your D2V into TMPGEnc or use AVISynth with CCE.

    You could also try IFOEdit, load up your VOB and the program will look at all your VOBs and make new IFOs.

    More in depth info can be found from searching or use the guides. Also try www.Doom9.net.
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  3. But there's a problem... I don't HAVE all the VOBs from the original DVD. They won't load because they're not in sequence. So I either need to convert the VOBs I have without the IFOs to MPG so I can burn em on several SVCDs, or I need to create IFO files and I don't know how to do that.
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  4. Member wulf109's Avatar
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    Tmpeg's mpeg tolls will convert a vob to an mpg,I use it for that purpose on a regular bacis. Ifoedit will create a set of ifo files for any vob's. I would suggest you rename them vts_01_1.vob - 2- 3.etc.
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  5. Ok well TMPEG wont load VOB files when I try. How do you manage to get it to do that? And with IFOedit, I put all the VOB's I want to convert in a directory with IFOedit. I open IFOedit and click the Create IFO button, and then it asks to load a VOB, but it won't let you load all of them. What's with that?
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    I'm using a registered version of Tmpeg. I don't understand your problem with Ifoedit. You must rename the vob's vts_01_1.vob,etc. If you name that way and put them in directory Ifoedit won't create ifo's?
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    Try downloading a new version of Tmpeg,2.57 or 2.58. See if they will open vob's.
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  8. Even the methods I mentioned will work in your case. Sounds like you do not want to try anything.

    IfoEdit will make you a new IFO, DVD2AVI will make a file you can load into TMPGEnc.

    You could also demultiplex the VOB using TMPGEnc.
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    renaming them in sequence should make dvd2avi open them properly.
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  10. Member DJRumpy's Avatar
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    Just a suggestion. If your working with main movie VOB's only, just rename them to .MPG
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