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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

Needing help with VOB files?


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Okay so I'm making a home music video and the files that I was handed are .Vob files. Not sure what they are. Anyway they play but it's broken down into like 40 files. Also two folder Jacket_P and Video_Ts.

I am try to make these one file so I can either burn they to a dvd after I done editing.

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How can I make them one so they are more manageable.

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You may want to give a quick glace at VOB.

Next have a look at Handbrake. It's free and will allow you to compress/convert the VIDEO_TS folder and all of its VOB files to a single image in pretty much any format (MP4, AVI) you want.

Also, I know that you mentioned it's a home music video but just to be on the safe side any discussion of DVD ripping should the following sticky thread:

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Thank you sir. I am gratful for your help. I'll look into hand break and see if it works.

Honestly its just some bootleg music video we made as a way to pass the time. I know its probably a big hassle to go through. Still, I am going to see this through. Thanks once again.
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One more thing. would I down load the GUI or CLI one?

I own a MacBook Pro last years model.
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The GUI version will be much easier to start with and will run fine on your hardware.
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