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    VOB2MPG doesn't work on large files for me. On my main movie vobs, which are about 4.5GB total, it takes forever and eventually ffmpeg dies, leaving a partial mpg file. Another vob set that is about 700MB works perfectly fine. I tried upping my virtual memory, but it didn't help.

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    Can you post your log file? Log files are kept in the logs filder under where you installed the program.
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    The log file was 84MB due to a huge amount of buffer underflow messages, so I deleted most of those. I made a note in the file.

    http://home.cfl.rr.com/eegah/vob2mpg-20061216161953-edit.txt

    Thanks for your help!
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    Hi there Chrissy Boy,

    I have converted my VOB files using VOB2MPG - was quick and super straight forward. however, when I try importing the newly converted MPG files into Premiere, only the Audio appears - there is no visual. Is there a setting I need to be aware of to rectify this? Or do I first need to treat the original VOB somehow before converting it? I have been able to play the new MPGS in Media PLayer without a hitch. Please help me - I need to use the footage urgently for a project I am creating for work and am SUPER stuck! Thank you - Lolybina
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  5. I am not familiar with Premiere, but is it possible that you need to demux the file for use?
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    Hi there KikChung - thank you for responding, but I am not familiar with demux...what is it and what does it do? How does it work?

    Thank you

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  7. Demuxing is separating the file into its separate component parts - audio and video. The simplest tool I have used for this is TmpgEnc (under 'mpeg tools'). Your help section or manual for premiere should tell you whether you need to demux or not... have you used mpg video in premiere before?

    If you are simply wanting to edit and combine the mpgs, I would recommend VideoRedo for simplicity and function.
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    Thank you - I will try it out!
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    Originally Posted by eegah
    The log file was 84MB due to a huge amount of buffer underflow messages, so I deleted most of those. I made a note in the file.

    http://home.cfl.rr.com/eegah/vob2mpg-20061216161953-edit.txt

    Thanks for your help!
    ChrissyBoy: I haven't heard back from you, so I assume that you didn't have any luck?
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    Well it would seem that it is having problems with the input (VTS_01_1.VOB). Could you search this forum for "makesample" and use that tool to send me (via email) a 5MB sample of that file?
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    For whatever reason, I cant get this program to work.
    I load my .VOB file and click start and it finishes it in .01 seconds with no results.I have .net 1.1 and 2.0 installed so I know it isn't that.

    I have emailed you a sample with subject name VERY FAST
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    "I load my .VOB file " - do you mean your VIDEO_TS folder? Can you attach your log file? Log files are created in the logs filder under where you installed the program.
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    No.I do not have a VIDEO_TS folder because I only have one file and it is a .vob
    This is a DVD file that has no menu or anything, just strictly the show in a single .vob

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  14. Originally Posted by NotSoEasy
    No.I do not have a VIDEO_TS folder because I only have one file and it is a .vob
    This is a DVD file that has no menu or anything, just strictly the show in a single .vob

    vob2mpg-20070113182807.txt
    Same "problem" if u only have one VOB file. It's easy to get around it: Rename that VOB to MPG. SVCD2DVD will be able to process it.

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    I think that VOB2MPG 2.3 fails on VOB files greater than about 2GB.
    I have a directory of .VOB files (produced by DVDShrink). If I use VOB2MPG on the directory, the files of size 2,003,896 KB and 2,036, 424 KB work fine; while the other files (the smallest of which is 2,122,124 KB) produce 0 length outputs. I can reproduce this on other directories.

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    Why do you convert Vob files whit a program !!!!

    U donīt need any program.

    Just rename your .vob file to .mpg, it works perfect. (and u have audio too)

    Ex. : videofile.VOB (rename) videofile.mpg

    Good luck....

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    I use VOB Blanker to get the cells I want so that the entire dvd does not have to be converted. This worked very nicely the first time as I was working with only a 92MB VOB and converted to MPEG.

    Second time around however on a different VOB (114MB) , it just goes thru it in 1 second and nothing is created. I've rebooted, uninstalled, rebooted, installed and still the same. I have not changed anything that I know of.

    what am I doing wrong? do in need something?
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    Can you post your log? (Log files are kept in the "logs" folder under where you installed the program)
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    Originally Posted by Freddys74
    Just rename your .vob file to .mpg, it works perfect. (and u have audio too)
    Not necessarily true. It may work to trick some applications, that reads mpg but refuses to touch a VOB, but a VOB file is not an mpg file with a different extension. How video, audio and subtitle tracks are handeled with a misnamed VOB is unpredictrable at best.
    To get a real mpg from a VOB, VOB2MPG is an indispensible tool.

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    CB,

    this log is from 2 unsuccessfulattempts . The first is from Folder "1" which was actually successful yesterday and contained the 92MB file. The second is from folder "2" and also not successful. Output folder "cowboys".

    ************************************************** ******************
    ************************ SYSTEM INFORMATION ************************
    ************************************************** ******************

    ***************************** VOB2MPG *****************************

    Name: VOB2MPG
    Title:
    Version: 2.3.0.0
    Executable: C:\Program Files\BadgerIT\VOB2MPG\VOB2MPG.exe
    Executable size: 640 KB
    Executable size in bytes: 655360
    Executable CreationTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastWriteTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastAccessTime: 4/13/2007 5:32:59 PM
    ****************************** Drives *******************************

    DeviceID: C:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 57.2 GB
    FreeSpace: 42.4 GB

    DeviceID: D:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 4.01 GB
    FreeSpace: 3.99 GB

    ************************************************** ******************
    ********************* END OF SYSTEM INFORMATION ********************
    ************************************************** ******************


    ********************** Input Folder *******************
    11:33:13: Volume in drive C has no label.
    11:33:13: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    11:33:13: Directory of C:\1
    11:33:13: 04/13/2007 11:25 AM <DIR> .
    11:33:13: 04/13/2007 11:25 AM <DIR> ..
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 97,579,008 earl ricky.VOB
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.BUP
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.IFO
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 57,344 VIDEO_TS.VOB
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.BUP
    11:33:13: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.IFO
    11:33:13: 6 File(s) 97,710,080 bytes
    11:33:13: 2 Dir(s) 45,567,709,184 bytes free
    11:33:13: C:\1>


    ********************** Output Folder *******************
    11:33:13: Volume in drive C has no label.
    11:33:13: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    11:33:13: Directory of C:\cowboys
    11:33:13: 04/13/2007 11:30 AM <DIR> .
    11:33:13: 04/13/2007 11:30 AM <DIR> ..
    11:33:13: 0 File(s) 0 bytes
    11:33:13: 2 Dir(s) 45,567,709,184 bytes free
    11:33:13: C:\cowboys>

    ************************************************** ******************
    ************************ SYSTEM INFORMATION ************************
    ************************************************** ******************

    ***************************** VOB2MPG *****************************

    Name: VOB2MPG
    Title:
    Version: 2.3.0.0
    Executable: C:\Program Files\BadgerIT\VOB2MPG\VOB2MPG.exe
    Executable size: 640 KB
    Executable size in bytes: 655360
    Executable CreationTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastWriteTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastAccessTime: 4/13/2007 5:32:59 PM
    ****************************** Drives *******************************

    DeviceID: C:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 57.2 GB
    FreeSpace: 42.4 GB

    DeviceID: D:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 4.01 GB
    FreeSpace: 3.99 GB

    ************************************************** ******************
    ********************* END OF SYSTEM INFORMATION ********************
    ************************************************** ******************


    ********************** Input Folder *******************
    11:33:26: Volume in drive C has no label.
    11:33:26: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    11:33:26: Directory of C:\2
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 11:12 AM <DIR> .
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 11:12 AM <DIR> ..
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.BUP
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.IFO
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 57,344 VIDEO_TS.VOB
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.BUP
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.IFO
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 10:46 AM 116,903,936 VTS_01_1.VOB
    11:33:26: 6 File(s) 117,035,008 bytes
    11:33:26: 2 Dir(s) 45,567,725,568 bytes free
    11:33:26: C:\2>

    ********************** AV Details *******************
    file=C:\2\VTS_01_1.VOB
    FormatName=mpeg
    Num_Frames=752
    DurationInSecs=25
    Duration=00:00:25.1
    VideoCodec=mpeg2video
    Width=704
    Height=480
    Standard=NTSC
    BitRate=37225
    AudioStreamCount=1
    Audio1StreamID=[0x80]
    Audio1SampleRate=0
    Audio1Codec=ac3
    Audio1BitRate=0
    Audio1Channels=0
    ************************ END ************************
    11:33:26: FFmpeg version CVS, Copyright (c) 2000-2004 Fabrice Bellard
    11:33:26: configuration: --enable-a52 --enable-gpl --enable-memalign-hack --disable-debug --enable-pthreads
    11:33:26: libavutil version: 49.0.0
    11:33:26: libavcodec version: 51.4.0
    11:33:26: libavformat version: 50.2.1
    11:33:26: built on Mar 14 2006 17:24:07, gcc: 3.4.4 (mingw special)
    11:33:26: Input #0, mpeg, from 'multi:C:\2\VTS_01_1.VOB*':
    11:33:26: Duration: 00:00:25.1, start: 0.178022, bitrate: 37225 kb/s
    11:33:26: Stream #0.0[0x1e0], 29.97 fps(r): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 704x480, 300 kb/s
    11:33:26: Stream #0.1[0x80]: Audio: ac3
    11:33:26: Assuming NTSC for target.
    11:33:26: Output #0, dvd, to 'C:\cowboys\VTS_01.mpg':
    11:33:26: Stream #0.0, 29.97 fps(c): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 704x480, q=2-31, 300 kb/s
    11:33:26: Stream #0.1: Audio: ac3
    11:33:26: Stream mapping:
    11:33:26: Stream #0.0 -> #0.0
    11:33:26: Stream #0.1 -> #0.1
    11:33:26: [dvd @ 0069DF34]sample rate not set
    11:33:26: Could not write header for output file #0 (incorrect codec parameters ?)

    ********************** Output Folder *******************
    11:33:26: Volume in drive C has no label.
    11:33:26: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    11:33:26: Directory of C:\cowboys
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 11:33 AM <DIR> .
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 11:33 AM <DIR> ..
    11:33:26: 04/13/2007 11:33 AM 0 VTS_01.mpg
    11:33:26: 1 File(s) 0 bytes
    11:33:26: 2 Dir(s) 45,567,721,472 bytes free
    11:33:26: C:\cowboys>
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    CB,

    this log is from the successful attempt on Folder "1" (92mb) from yesterday, Output is "New Folder"

    ************************************************** ******************
    ************************ SYSTEM INFORMATION ************************
    ************************************************** ******************

    ***************************** VOB2MPG *****************************

    Name: VOB2MPG
    Title:
    Version: 2.3.0.0
    Executable: C:\Program Files\BadgerIT\VOB2MPG\VOB2MPG.exe
    Executable size: 640 KB
    Executable size in bytes: 655360
    Executable CreationTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastWriteTime: 3/14/2006 11:49:26 PM
    Executable LastAccessTime: 4/13/2007 1:24:56 AM
    ****************************** Drives *******************************

    DeviceID: C:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 57.2 GB
    FreeSpace: 42.6 GB

    DeviceID: D:
    FileSystem: NTFS
    Size: 4.01 GB
    FreeSpace: 3.99 GB

    ************************************************** ******************
    ********************* END OF SYSTEM INFORMATION ********************
    ************************************************** ******************


    ********************** Input Folder *******************
    19:25:31: Volume in drive C has no label.
    19:25:31: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    19:25:31: Directory of C:\1
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:25 PM <DIR> .
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:25 PM <DIR> ..
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.BUP
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 14,336 VIDEO_TS.IFO
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 57,344 VIDEO_TS.VOB
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.BUP
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 22,528 VTS_01_0.IFO
    19:25:31: 04/12/2007 07:10 AM 97,579,008 VTS_01_1.VOB
    19:25:31: 6 File(s) 97,710,080 bytes
    19:25:31: 2 Dir(s) 45,822,296,064 bytes free
    19:25:31: C:\1>

    ********************** AV Details *******************
    file=C:\1\VTS_01_1.VOB
    FormatName=mpeg
    Num_Frames=-2147483648
    DurationInSecs=-2147483648
    Duration=-577014:-32:-22.-7
    VideoCodec=mpeg2video
    Width=704
    Height=480
    Standard=NTSC
    BitRate=0
    AudioStreamCount=1
    Audio1StreamID=[0x80]
    Audio1SampleRate=48000
    Audio1Codec=ac3
    Audio1BitRate=256
    Audio1Channels=2
    ************************ END ************************
    19:25:33: FFmpeg version CVS, Copyright (c) 2000-2004 Fabrice Bellard
    19:25:33: configuration: --enable-a52 --enable-gpl --enable-memalign-hack --disable-debug --enable-pthreads
    19:25:33: libavutil version: 49.0.0
    19:25:33: libavcodec version: 51.4.0
    19:25:33: libavformat version: 50.2.1
    19:25:33: built on Mar 14 2006 17:24:07, gcc: 3.4.4 (mingw special)
    19:25:33: Input #0, mpeg, from 'multi:C:\1\VTS_01_1.VOB*':
    19:25:33: Duration: N/A, start: 0.178022, bitrate: N/A
    19:25:33: Stream #0.0[0x1e0], 29.97 fps(r): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 704x480, 9558 kb/s
    19:25:33: Stream #0.1[0x80]: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 256 kb/s
    19:25:33: Assuming NTSC for target.
    19:25:33: Output #0, dvd, to 'C:\New Folder\VTS_01.mpg':
    19:25:33: Stream #0.0, 29.97 fps(c): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 704x480, q=2-31, 9558 kb/s
    19:25:33: Stream #0.1: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 256 kb/s
    19:25:33: Stream mapping:
    19:25:33: Stream #0.0 -> #0.0
    19:25:33: Stream #0.1 -> #0.1
    19:25:33: error, non monotone timestamps 156156 >= 16287
    19:25:45: frame= 3848 q=19416.7 Lsize= 94288kB time=120.9 bitrate=6388.3kbits/s
    19:25:45: video:88641kB audio:3782kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead 2.017772%

    ********************** Output Folder *******************
    19:25:45: Volume in drive C has no label.
    19:25:45: Volume Serial Number is BC0F-321C
    19:25:45: Directory of C:\New Folder
    19:25:45: 04/12/2007 07:25 PM <DIR> .
    19:25:45: 04/12/2007 07:25 PM <DIR> ..
    19:25:45: 04/12/2007 07:25 PM 96,550,912 VTS_01.mpg
    19:25:45: 1 File(s) 96,550,912 bytes
    19:25:45: 2 Dir(s) 45,725,704,192 bytes free
    19:25:45: C:\New Folder>
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    ok the first one: "earl ricky.VOB" is not recognised. The tool expects a traditional VOBSET i.e a series of VTS_0X_X.VOB files.

    The second one has issues with its headers. The video bitrate is far too low and the AC3 header is such that the sample rate can't be deduced.
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    ok, I think I understand on the first one ... its the naming convention?

    yup, its the naming convention, I changed it to "vts_01_01" and it worked perfectly and converted to 92MB (a 1:1 conversion) in only 17 seconds !

    now I wish I could fix the second one, any advice CB?
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    Well without knowing what vobblanker has done i would suggest running the file through VideoReDo and its QuickStream fix. If you search this forum for "QuickStream" - you should see how to do it.
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  25. can this programme convert a single vob to mpg? does it need a vts folder to work?
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    it works on a VIDEO_TS folder and expects vobs to be named according to the dvd specs... Changing the extension of your file to .mpg may well get you where you need to be if it is a single file.
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    Yeah, the tool is great. It combined my 3 .VOB files quick into 1 big MPG file with sound and all. I have an odd thing though; my widescreen movie (from my camcorder) is originally 1024 X 576 pixels and the new MPG is 768 X 576. All people have strange (egghead like) heads. I know that Billy states in his second post that the movie ain't changed, but well, it happened with my movie it seems. Is there a way to keep the 1024 X 576 ?

    I opened the .VOB into Windows media player 9, and looked at the summary. Then i opened the .MPG file in the same Windows media player.... I used VOB2MPG v 2.5.

    The log file shows some errors (many)
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    21:43:51: FFmpeg version HEAD, Copyright (c) 2000-2004 Fabrice Bellard
    21:43:51: configuration: --enable-a52 --enable-gpl --enable-memalign-hack --disable-debug --enable-pthreads
    21:43:51: libavutil version: 49.0.0
    21:43:51: libavcodec version: 51.9.0
    21:43:51: libavformat version: 50.4.0
    21:43:51: built on Jun 20 2006 11:22:30, gcc: 3.4.4 (mingw special)
    21:43:51: Input #0, mpeg, from 'multi:C:\floor_dvd\VTS_01_1.VOB*C:\floor_dvd\VTS_ 01_2.VOB*C:\floor_dvd\VTS_01_3.VOB*':
    21:43:51: Duration: 00:00:23.1, start: 0.226767, bitrate: 863093 kb/s
    21:43:51: Stream #0.0[0x20]: Subtitle: dvdsub
    21:43:51: Stream #0.1[0x80]: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, 5:1, 448 kb/s
    21:43:51: Stream #0.2[0x1e0], 25.00 fps(r): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 720x576, 9100 kb/s
    21:43:51: Assuming PAL for target.
    21:43:51: Output #0, dvd, to 'C:\floor_dvd\mpg\VTS_01.mpg':
    21:43:51: Stream #0.0, 25.00 fps(c): Video: mpeg2video, yuv420p, 720x576, q=2-31, 9100 kb/s
    21:43:51: Stream #0.1: Audio: ac3, 48000 Hz, 5:1, 448 kb/s
    21:43:51: Stream mapping:
    21:43:51: Stream #0.2 -> #0.0
    21:43:51: Stream #0.1 -> #0.1
    21:43:53: error, non monotone timestamps 20408640 >= 19823154
    21:43:53: error, non monotone timestamps 20407200 >= 19822434
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]packet too large, ignoring buffer limits to mux it
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]packet too large, ignoring buffer limits to mux it
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:43:53: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow

    [....] i think about 5000 same errors

    21:46:02: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:46:02: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:46:02: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:46:02: [dvd @ 0069DF54]buffer underflow
    21:46:06: error, non monotone timestamps 283018997 >= 283017796
    21:46:08: frame=81924 q=6858486.4 Lsize= 2411944kB time=3192.6 bitrate=6188.9kbits/s
    21:46:08: video:2183711kB audio:179207kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead 2.074820%

    ********************** Output Folder *******************
    21:46:09: Het volume in station C heeft geen naam.
    21:46:09: Het volumenummer is 0000-0000
    21:46:09: Map van C:\floor_dvd\mpg
    21:46:09: 12-12-2007 21:43 <DIR> .
    21:46:09: 12-12-2007 21:43 <DIR> ..
    21:46:09: 12-12-2007 21:46 2.469.830.656 VTS_01.mpg
    21:46:09: 1 bestand(en) 2.469.830.656 bytes
    21:46:09: 2 map(pen) 89.712.439.296 bytes beschikbaar
    21:46:09: C:\floor_dvd\mpg>
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    Well 1024 X 576 is not in the DVD specs so can you post a gspot image of your VTS_01_1.VOB file please?
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    I dunno if u wanted a screendump, but thats what i made. It seems GSpot sees 720 X 576.... I have a Sony DCR-DVD506 camcorder, and it makes them widescreen by default. So i am sure about the 1024 width... Also when i watch the video, it's compact.

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    If u need more info about it; plz tell me, cause i am getting quite anxious to get some scene's of my baby's video online
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