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    Converting TS files???
    I use MacTheRipper to rip DVD's... the come out as TS files (Video TS and Audio TS).... I then use Toast 7 to burn them to DVD's..

    I would like to get these TS files to .avi or or anything that can be played on my Palm Treo 700p using TCPMP...

    Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

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    DVD2ONEX will do that, but it's pretty expensive.
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    Handbrake will do it and its free
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    Ok... I am using DVD20neX (trial version but can't seem to figure out how to actually convert to .avi.... in fact I don't see anywhere to designate how (what type) I want the original TS files exported.. please help.

    I'll also look at Handbrake.. and see If I can figure that out.

    TIA

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    Handbrake will do it and as Trpnmonkey said it's free. I use it all the time to convert to AVI. Excellent Utility.

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    Wow... it worked like a charm! about 17 minutes to convert to .avi.

    Thank you!

    I would still be interested in figuring out how to do the same in DVD2OneX...

    Thanks again!

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