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Ifo & Bup Applications?


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hokay so currently i have some VOB files and i know i need to have IFO and BUP files connected to the VOB file in order for the sound ot work (on dvds) is there any application that will create IFO & BUP files for VOB? i know for pc there is IFOedit but i dont know any applications for mac that can help me with this....
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