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    Hi, there.

    I downloaded a folder with 2 folders within:

    VIDEO_TS
    AUDIO_TS

    How can I extract or convert these files so I obtain the 5 or 6 videos they contain to see at VLC?

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    start vlc. click media/open folder and point it at the video_ts folder and it will play like it's a dvd. if you burned those 2 folders onto a dvd-r blank it would be a dvd.
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    But I want to extract the several videos to see them at the TV.

    Is it possible?
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  4. Originally Posted by Jomapil View Post
    But I want to extract the several videos to see them at the TV.
    Is it possible?
    Yes, check the VIDEO_TS folder.
    Every movie has a name like VTS_02_1.VOB, where the first number is the movie number and the second number the part number; so a full movie goes g.e. with final number from 1 to 4.
    You can easily extract and merge the whole movie with clever FFmpeg-GUI. All you have to do is point to one of the movie parts when searching for the source video, e.g. VTS_03_02.VOB and the whole movie will be ripped, merged and then available for further processing.
    (unprotected DVD's only)
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    You could use MakeMKV and load the VIDEO_TS folder into it. Actually it will want the VIDEO_TS.IFO file inside the folder. It will then wrap each individual title within the DVD structure as a MKV file
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    Thank you for all the advices.

    The clever FFmpeg-GUI didn't function may be I didn't find FFplay necessary for the program to function.

    But with MakeMKV I hadn't any difficulty because it is very easy. It has only a little problem ( not important ):
    The first VIDEO_TS has 10 videos and it supplies only one video and not 10 independent videos.

    But it's OK, that is not very important.
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  7. The first VIDEO_TS has 10 videos
    Maybe they are chapters in one title? Then for a DVD you can use Manual Mode in MakeMKV to split by chapters.

    https://www.makemkv.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9969
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