VOB to MPG conversion

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by robskoo@hotmail.com, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. Guest

    Hi, I want to put a 6 minute video onto a website and have it on a CD
    in .vob file format (with associated .ifo and .bup files). I want to
    convert it into a web-friendly format such as mpg or mpeg (presumably
    one of the most supported formats?). I want to be able to do this free
    of charge, with no catch. Is this realistic?

    I tried one program (ReJig) which was supposed to to this conversion
    but converted it to .m2v, which is not very well recognised by any
    players/editors.

    I'll probably use Flash MX or Windows Movie Maker to do some very basic
    editing (if at all).

    Any suggestions? I'm very new to this area of digital video.

    Thanx,
    Rob
     
    , Jul 26, 2005
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  2. Baz Guest

    Try renaming it.

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    > Hi, I want to put a 6 minute video onto a website and have it on a CD
    > in .vob file format (with associated .ifo and .bup files). I want to
    > convert it into a web-friendly format such as mpg or mpeg (presumably
    > one of the most supported formats?). I want to be able to do this free
    > of charge, with no catch. Is this realistic?
    >
    > I tried one program (ReJig) which was supposed to to this conversion
    > but converted it to .m2v, which is not very well recognised by any
    > players/editors.
    >
    > I'll probably use Flash MX or Windows Movie Maker to do some very basic
    > editing (if at all).
    >
    > Any suggestions? I'm very new to this area of digital video.
    >
    > Thanx,
    > Rob
    >
     
    Baz, Jul 26, 2005
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  3. sunny Guest

    I konw a software named WinAVI Video Conveter can make a best conversion,
    maybe you can have a try of it.Once your source files can make normal play
    by the Windows Media Player,it will can be converted to the MPEG format
    by the product,and it has a zealous support service.It's home page is
    www.winavi.com
     
    sunny, Jul 26, 2005
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  4. Guest

    tried that - no luck :(
    it woudln't open in any application - file format not recognised.
     
    , Jul 26, 2005
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