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Terminal to join VOB files?


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Hi,

I have used Terminal to join together MP3 files. Can you do the same to join together VOB files?
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Im pretty sure the only wait to join .vob files is a long process, use forty two dvd vxplus to convert to avi, then use an app like divx doctor 2 to convert to .mov, you can use those in most video editing apps, or if you have quicktime pro, you can do it that way.
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Hi again Macman! You seem to be my personal tech support!

Yeah, pretty messy. I'm using DVD2oneX which identifies the Title, no.1 in this case, which consists of 2 VOB files and it looks like it is joing and compressing at the same time... fingers crossed!
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yea, dvd2onex is really good. did you use mac the ripper to rip that title?
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The best way to join VOB files on the Mac is D-Vision 3. It easily joins them, and has a sort button just to make sure they end up in the correct position. Grab it at Macupdate.com or anywhere else that has Mac shareware.
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