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VOB-Dateien in iDVD einbinden?


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Hallo Leute,

ich habe von einem Kollegen eine DVD bekommmen und soll da nur Teile draus rauskopieren.

Die VOB-Dateien, die ich brauche hab ich mir auf die Festplatte gezogen, und wollte den Kollegen nun in iDVD ein schönes Menue machen und die VOB.Dateien da dann einbinden und eine schöne DVD machen.
Aber genau das scheint nicht zu klappen.
Gibt es eine Lösung, die wenig bis keinen Qualitätsverlust mitsich zieht, oder auch stundenlanges Codieren vermeidet?
Wäre für schnelle und sachdienliche Hinweise, Tips, Anleitungen dankbar.

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Hello of people,

I would like to merge 2 VOB files in iDVD and provide a DVD.
What do I have to do around little quality loss to have? Or however in order to avoid long coding?

LG
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well, unfortunately, encoding time cannot be reduced, its all due to the power of your processor. just make sure you don't have anything running in the background, this will give it the most resources to use.

i dont use iDVD, i use toast to burn, so i cant really help you with that, but you can merge VOB files with D-Vision 3.


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