[QUOTE=Kerry56;2585090]I don’t use Flick very often, so I have a few questions for Whappo. Will the vob files show up as individual titles, or do they merge to one in Flick? Is it better to use Vob2Mpeg or VobMerge when importing them?
Geno has some specific preferences he wants saved in the videos…which language first, and subtitles. Will Flick keep these preferences without the IFO files? I’m pretty sure it will keep more than one audio stream in each title, but don’t know about order of play.
Personally, I’d do this all with DVDLab Pro, but that isn’t an option for him unless he just wants to use the trial.
AVStoDVD can do this, but will index the dvd videos with DGIndex, and I’ve found it to be inconsistent in producing the d2v file. Subtitles can be a problem too.[/QUOTE]
Each vob you add will be a seperate title. As for languages, you have to select edit title and then audio, then select the tracks and move them up or down… As for subtitles, I’ve never used this option, I think it’s just for adding a subtitle track.
Strange about using Vob as input instead of mpeg2, when I tested a commercial movie, Star Trek, I got an encoding error when processing the second vob, but when doing a movie I had made myself, there were no errors encoding three vob files.