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  1. Hey!

    I have done some dvds with vob2meg now.. When I still used the free version it did something that was called "fixing timestamp" ... the Pro version doesn't do that anymore?!?! (settings? where) I also activated GOP Timestamp correction, but the Problem is... If i want to put a dvd to mpg file, the time of the mpg file doesn't match the time of the movie from the original dvd... Although it seems to have the same file size if i check the original vobs...

    examp: movie of dvd, 5 vobs, 5,450 GB = 1 hour 30 min
    movie done with vob2mpg = 1 mpg file , 5,450GB = 1 hour 15 min...

    What do I have to do?!?!
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    Fixing timestamps is done on the fly in the PRO version.

    Is the last 15 mins missing?
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  3. Hey Chris!

    It seems that the movie is not cut or something like that, i can see the credits at the end of the movie, but... the time doesn't match with the time of the original dvd...


    edit: i just ran the movie... and compared to my computer time... the time on the movie went to slow.. although the video itself was displayed in correct speed...

    so how can i fix this time issue?!
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  4. i have just opened the movie done with vob2mpg with virtual dub mod, and it says that the timecode is incorrect... what do i have to do?!! is there a tool that can reset or repair the timecode?
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  5. so now i just played the movie in GOM Media Player, time here is exact and correct.. but why is the time in VLC wrong?!?!?
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    I have a new version which has a batch Remuxer. It may well sort out the issue. I will upload it later today.

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