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  1. Member geohei's Avatar
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    Hi.

    I need to patch the resolution in .vob files (from 720x576 to 704x576). DVDPatcher normally works fine, but for some reason not all 1 GB .vob files can be patched (don't know why).

    Is there any alterative tool which is able to patch .vob files?

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    Any error message in dvdpatcher when it wont work? Or what happens?
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    Originally Posted by geohei
    for some reason not all 1 GB .vob files can be patched (don't know why).
    Do you mean you load each file separately (and some can't be patched) or just open the first one expecting DVDPatcher would find the rest? Are you using the option 'patch whole file'?

    Is there any alterative tool which is able to patch .vob files?
    DVDRemake (in case you have the complete DVD folder).
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    Any error message in dvdpatcher when it wont work? Or what happens?
    When starting to patch, DVDPatcher says that someting like the .vob wouldn't be a valid video file. I don't have such a .vob available at this time. I will post the details as soon as one hits me again.

    @Alex_ander

    I have to patch each .vob file (I don't expect DVDPatcher to find the other after having selected the first one). Yes, I use the "patch entire file" option. DVDRemake ... does it touch more that just the resolution? If yes, I'll give it try. If it reconstructs the entire VIDEO_TS files, it's the wrong tool for this problem.

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