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Convert VTS to mpeg4


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Hi all New to the Mac world. Just moved over for the scary world of crashing PC. I have lots of dvd backup on an external drive. I am trying to convert them to Mpeg4 so I can play them in Itunes and thinking of investing in a apple TV. Hear is my problem they are all VTS files some dvd folders are 4 to 5 VTS files. Such as

VTS-01-0-vob
VTS-01-1-vob
VTS-01-2-vob

My question is can any one recommend a good program that will join and convert these to MPEG4 with out taking a PHd in computers

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If they are in their native VIDEO_TS folder with all of their appropriate files, you should be able to just point Handbrake at the video_ts folder and it should list out the videos with the lengths and just choose the longest one which is usually your main video.

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If they are in their native VIDEO_TS folder with all of their appropriate files, you should be able to just point Handbrake at the video_ts folder and it should list out the videos with the lengths and just choose the longest one which is usually your main video.
Thanks Nethfel,

It's all so easy when you knowhow. seams to be working just fine
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