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reading DVD files

#1
I have some stuff on a DVD I recorded using a cyberhome DVD recorder and
I've tried to download the files to make movie project's but the programs
supplied on vista won't recognise the file's? Then I managed to save them as
an iso file but that only saved the first chapter thats on the DVD, nothing
else.

any idea's?
 

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J

John Hanley

#2
The files with the video on your DVD have the extension .vob. Windows Movie
Maker will not handle .vob files per se; you have to convert them to a form
that WMM can handle. I convert my .vob files to .wmv format, using Windows
Media Encoder. There are other tools that will do this task, some of which
can be seen at this web site: http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/forums/

"Jay" <theracoon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I have some stuff on a DVD I recorded using a cyberhome DVD recorder and
>I've tried to download the files to make movie project's but the programs
>supplied on vista won't recognise the file's? Then I managed to save them
>as an iso file but that only saved the first chapter thats on the DVD,
>nothing else.
>
> any idea's?
>
 

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P

Phillip Devoll

#3
Just Copy the vob files to your hard drive and then Rename from test.vom to
test.avi
or what ever fits...

"Jay" <theracoon@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I have some stuff on a DVD I recorded using a cyberhome DVD recorder and
>I've tried to download the files to make movie project's but the programs
>supplied on vista won't recognise the file's? Then I managed to save them
>as an iso file but that only saved the first chapter thats on the DVD,
>nothing else.
>
> any idea's?
>
 

My Computer

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