[QUOTE=Kerry56;2150363]Ok ninetac, I’ll see if I can help.
Lets see if we can change the .vob file into a mpeg2 file. This won’t reencode it, or lose the original .vob. Download a free program called Vob2Mpg. http://www.videohelp.com/tools/VOB2MPG
Dvd video is really mpeg2 in a special container file called .vob, so we are merely taking it out of the container with this step.
Next, you download an authoring program that will put your newly created mpeg2 file into dvd-video form. I suggest either DVDStyler or GUIforDVDAuthor.
These programs will take the mpeg2 video and produce a finished dvd, with vob, ifo and bup files in a Video_TS folder, which can be burned to a blank dvdr.
If you don’t have a burning program, look at ImgBurn. www.imgburn.com
Here is the guide for burning a dvd from your files contained in the Video_TS folder: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4632
All of the programs I have mentioned are free to download and use. Of course burning to a blank dvdr requires a dvd burner and some good blank media. I suggest Verbatim 16x speed blank disks.[/QUOTE]
sorry i haven’t checked this in a while and i do so much appreciate u’r info…it has help tremendously…