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  1. Member kippard's Avatar
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    I making a VOB from the Premiere Pro timeline with Procoder. I want to fit my entire 105 minute program on one DVD-R. Under advanced I selected split by size, one 4.7GB disc. I got three folders (after a day of rendering). Was it because I didn't close the advanced settings before rendering? Is there a way to use the three VOB folders (they do not exceed 4.7GB)? Thank you! :P
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    Why are you making one big VOB from the timeline ? You should render to elementary streams, then author to create the VOBs you need.
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    To save a step, guns. It's just so quick and easy to have Procoder make the VIDEO_TS, no frills - DVD done. (But apparently I don't know what I'm doing). As ever, thanks.
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    So you got three video_TS folders ?

    With what in them (exactly) ?
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    BUP, IFO, & VOBs. They look like individual DVDs, the timeline divided into three - the first two are 1.8GB and the last is 472MB. Don't suppose I can fix them. My guess is that I didn't close the advanced setts before rendering and they weren't applied or were fouled up. I want one disc for the whole program. I suppose I could calculate the length and adjust the data rate to make sure it stays below 4.7GB total, but Procoder seems to be capable of making the adjustments. I think there is a calc page on videohelp.com. Best and thanks guns.
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    It sounds like you had markers on the timeline that Premiere took to be separate titles. Something made premiere believe you wanted three titles, not one.
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    I tried another and got three folders - can I just join these VOBs (takes 3/4 of a day to encode the MPEG2)?
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    You can try VOBMerge to create a single large VOB, then try to either author with this, or demux it back to elementary streams and author from there. I would try the latter if this is a single probram, as what you have currently is three separate titles.
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