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I have a big VOB file movie 700 MB and i want to burn it on CD-i, but Nero Burning rom wants the vob file in MPEG-1 format compressed.
How Can I compress a VOB file 700mb ina small MPEG-1 file?
can you send me the link where i can download this software plase thanks
-- Andrea (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 24, 2002
You will have to re-encode it using a product such as TMPGenc. See http://www.vcdhelp.com for how to do this. By the way, VOB files are the format for DVD and while 700 mb is big for a CD-R disc, it's pretty small for a DVD.
-- Root (email@example.com), September 25, 2002.
I have a clip that works on windows media player so when I try to play it on my dvd player which plays vcds it wont play it. Any idea?
-- lee webster (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 26, 2002.
TMPGenc is a rubbish application. I tried to use it several times and it kept crashing my pc. It also couldn't read more than half of the files I had, which it was SUPPOSED to. TMPGenc is HIGHLY overrated. Don't waste your money.
-- Matta O'Fact (email@example.com), October 02, 2002.
For converting a vob file u will need to rip out the audio first, I use dvdtoavi then use tmpge which is an excellent piece of free software to extract the video and to re introduce the audio to make an mpeg-1 file check this site for a how to guide http://www.clonead.co.uk/
-- Gazza (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 04, 2002.
You must use FLASK MPEG software. Free download in this page -----> http://www.digital- digest.com/dvd/downloads/flaskmpeg.html
TRUST ME... I'VE DONE IT SEVERAL TIMES AND MY COMP. DIDN'T CRASH AND ALL THAT STUFF. THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT!!!, AND YOU CAN USE SEVERAL VIDEO AND AUDIO COMPRESSORS....
DOUBTS ABOUT THIS PROGRAM??? I DONT THINK SO
-- Sony America Inc. (email@example.com), November 05, 2002.
If you're trying to make a vcd here a guide that shows you how to do it with free stuff and you can get TMPGEnc for free at http://www.tmpgenc.net/ ... the guide is easy to use for the guide go here>> http://www.dvdrhelp.com/sefy/
-- Piccolo Pete (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 09, 2003.
This is such a bitch that I just buy the movies. Rip this, split that, encode this, mix that, screw this! Where's an all-in-one application to do this? Can't everyone just get together and make something? How about "Please select input file(s)" -click- "Please select output file size" -4gb- -click- "creating........" -ding- "Thank you for using (insert program name here)" I guess I can dream.
-- Bob Tammerack (email@example.com), October 20, 2003.