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    I downloaded and installed VOB2MPG which went fine but when I try to run it I get the error shown in the screen capture. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Well it seems I am having trouble posting the screen capture. I tried selecting upload image but nothing happens and I tried upload files/manage attachments and when I selected the file was told it was an invalid file type. It is a 33kb jpg so not sure what the problem is. The error window title says Xenocode Virtual Appliance Runtime and in the body says This application has encountered an error: 0xD0000135. Please contact the publisher of this application for more information.
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    Right click the image/properties -
    on the general tab, does it say "type of file" - jpeg image ?
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    It says JPEG Image (JPG)
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    For now, upload it to an image hosting site and put the link here
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    I did use the upload files/manage attachments and if I click on that now it shows the file is there just donít know how to get it into this post/thread.

    This might do it?

    https://files.videohelp.com/u/155657/Capture.jpeg
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    You're going to have to do some research. Search this forum for that error code.
    Vob2mpg hasn't been updated since 2010, some users had it working in Windows 8 but not 8.1 or newer.

    Probably best to look for something else to do what ever it is you're trying to accomplish.
    Perhaps this will work:
    https://www.videohelp.com/software/DVDVob2Mpg
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    Ok thanks, Iíll give it a try. I have a lot of DVDs I would like to load onto a hard drive rather than always having to look for a specific DVD. I have Aimersoft which is supposed to do that but the resulting video on the hard drive is often the wrong aspect ratio or has a black border around the entire video or other issues. I have also tried Handbrake and have issues with it as well. I can play the DVD in my DVD player or BluRay player and the video is fine so am looking for something to move the video from the DVD to a hard drive without any changes. Both Aimersoft and Handbrake have a considerable amount of settings which can change the video but donít want to change anything or convert it and from some of the reading I have done here it seemed like VOB2MPG is simple, straightforward and would do what I want to do but if you have a better suggestion I would certainly give it a try.
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  8. VOB2MPG v3 works on my Win 10 computer.
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    Let's just say, for the point of discussion, that you get vob2mpeg to work. But....

    From my own experience in using it, it not a ripper. It will not transpose vobs that are on a dvd-disk to a single mpg. But it will transpose that were on a dvd-disk to a single mpg.


    For the former, assuming that the dvd has content protection, you end end up with a mpg that is by no means smooth. With the latter, after a 1:1 rip with all ifos and vobs now residing on your HD you will get a proper mpg.
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    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Let's just say, for the point of discussion, that you get vob2mpeg to work. But....

    From my own experience in using it, it not a ripper. It will not transpose vobs that are on a dvd-disk to a single mpg. But it will transpose that were on a dvd-disk to a single mpg.


    For the former, assuming that the dvd has content protection, you end end up with a mpg that is by no means smooth. With the latter, after a 1:1 rip with all ifos and vobs now residing on your HD you will get a proper mpg.
    want to try again? doesn't make any sense - "It will not transpose vobs that are on a dvd-disk to a single mpg. But it will transpose that were on a dvd-disk to a single mpg."
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  11. VOB2MPG can't decrypt commercial DVDs. You must use some other tool to decrypt -- DVD Decrypter, DVD Fab... Then use DVD2MPG to remux to MPG.
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    or better yet use makemkv to decrypt it and turn it into a usable mkv video file.
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    @aedipussjagabo clarified my 'confusing' use of 'are' (as in still on the physical disk) and 'were' (as now on a HDD)
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    Nope, I'm still as confused as ever!
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    ^^ Just keep taking the medication and you will be fine !
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