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Topic # 13814 30-May-2007 16:57
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anyone noticed what you record is what you get (as compared to the "old" DV 8mm tapes where you can make into avis and just about every dvd burning software will work)? tell me ... do you know of any program (i dont want to pay and then find out it doesnt work!) that can work with VOB files directly or better still edit the ripped DVD directly?

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  Reply # 72907 30-May-2007 22:34
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if you want to edit VOB files directly, I highly recommend VideoReDo. It's quick and easy to use. Unlike most other editors, it doesn't have to 'parse' the VOB, you just open it, cut and you're away.



It costs US$50, but at the current exchange rates that's not too bad. Best of all, it entitles you to upgrades, and discount on any major version update (from 2 to 3 when and if that happens).



One of the best 50 bucks I've spent in a while.



If you want a go, download the trial, I think there's a few restrictions (like the length of video that can be output), but it gives you a good idea.

:edit: looking at your PC specs there, you shouldn't find it takes too long to do the editing either.



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  Reply # 72911 30-May-2007 23:39
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thanks! just what i'm after ... no loss of quality is good!!!

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  Reply # 73079 31-May-2007 19:00
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great, glad to be of help.

If you have any issues, their forums are generally pretty good too.

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