In some cases, VOBs can be successfully played as stand-alone files although that is not best practice. However, I forgot that there will be a problem viewing subtitles because the CLUT (color look-up table) is stored in IFO files. Without a CLUT to supply and map the colors to be used, sub-picture subtitles will be solid green, at least that has been my experience.
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Last edited by usually_quiet; 19th Apr 2019 at 21:36.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
In fact the folders I was talking are only folders to group all stand-alone VOB relatives to a saison or a serie. Nothing to do with an IFO folder that we have when ripping any DVDs. I just created folders to group all episodes of a serie, so one VOB is one episode.
Once the DVD ripped with DVDdecrypter as IFO (before ripping, I take off every languages and subtitles I don't need), I have an incoming folder, then I only keep the VOB files I need, erase the IFO, etc.. and joint the VOBs with a Windows commande line.
But if I understood well, there is no programm who can remux the files and keep the subtitles. No matter which programm I use, it will always something wrong, especially concerning subtitles, so this operation is still impossible to do, correct?
Last edited by erzane; 24th Apr 2019 at 09:23.