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Editing a DVD created by self

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At my church we burn our own DVD's. I need to edit the DVD and then burn from the edit.

In the past I've done file edits and created flash for web, etc. but I've never created DVD's.

I have DVD Ripper and Video Convertor from iSkySoft. I also have Toast. Using DVD Ripper I can read and edit the original DVD and save as a .vob file. When I burn the .vob file to DVD it is not recognized.

Can anyone help? Why does the original DVD have some many files and DVD Ripper only creates one .vob file? Is it mandatory that the .vob file be in a folder named "VIDEO_TS"?
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