Hi. I’ve done lots of looking around for programs, but before I pull the trigger or continue my search, I’d like to know exactly what I need.

Basically, I have a DVD movie where the original recording was done very badly. Through using a program called GoldWave, I’ve found that I can use the Channel Mixer and the Equalizer to bring out the audio, while kicking back the background noise. It’s not perfect at all, but it’s useable, which is the most important thing.

Anyway, I haven’t been able to find any programs able to edit and save the audio in a DVD movie (.vob file) directly. It looks like I may have to demux the video and audio, and then join them back together again.

My general question is, does anyone have any program recommendations, or can give any warnings/advice on things to look out for?

Much thanks in advance,


ProjectX is a great bit of freeware for demuxing and remuxing to an mpg file. Then use one of many packages to create a dvd from the mpeg file.

Demuxing and then muxing is the proper way of editing VOBs.
dvd lab is a good tool for such things.