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    I'm so happy that I found this forum!

    Several years ago I made a video montage of my son. When I open the folder (VIDEO_TS), it contains IFO, VOB & BUP files. I'm trying to convert them to a simple MP4 so that I can upload and/or just share....

    The video DVD has a menu (subtitles??) that let's me select from 2 videos I made

    I've tried WinX HD Converter, and a few others but they will either bring over like 20 seconds or random other weird things.

    Edit: Oh, and on the above mentioned software, it only recognizes the VOB files, not the IFO.

    Someone please tell me there is an easier way to figure this out?

    I appreciate any and all help!
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    Download vidcoder install and open the VIDEO_TS in dvd/blu-ray folder mode and setup a few option and add to que and start encoding,if you get errors then it means your VIDEO_TS folder isn't a proper dvd rip.
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    That worked like a charm. Thank you SO MUCH!!!!!!
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    Originally Posted by awriternot View Post
    I'm trying to convert them to a simple MP4 so that I can upload and/or just share....
    There is no need to transcode, MPEG-2 is pretty much universal and you can upload it to places like YouTube as well.

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    Wrong message to post,much easier to encode to mp4 then trying to upload mpeg when it still in a dvd folder.
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    Perhaps easier but certainly not better.

    You can run DGindex on the VOB(s) and then mux the video and sound and upload to YouTube.

    If possible one should always avoid transcoding.

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  7. Heck, you can make a single video with something like Vob2MPEG and then share or upload it.
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    Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Heck, you can make a single video with something like Vob2MPEG and then share or upload it.
    Nice tool, thanks for mentioning it!

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