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Hey everyone, I think I might be asking a very simple question, but here goes.
I'm using mactheripper, which is great, but I'm not really sure how or what program to use, to convert all these vob, bup and ifo files into an avi. I've looked for threads on this topic, but everyone seems to be asking about single vob files, whereas I have a lot more.
I tried Xilisoft Video Converter, but it converts each vob file separately into an avi, and in very poor quality.

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If you have enough hard drive space, perhaps what you can do is convert the VOBs into DV, then import them into iMovie, and then make a single movie file out of 'em and work from there????
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A program called Handbrake will convert a Video TS folder in to an AVI

You may need to extend quicktime's codec support by installing Perian and Flip4Mac as well
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Handbrake worked perfectly =]
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