How to merge two VOB files?

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#21

Woa thanks cholla, that helped me out too :slight_smile:


#22

I use Pgcedit and Vobblanker to edit dvds. There is a definite learning curve but they’re both very effective at what they do.
http://jsoto.posunplugged.com/vobblanker.htm
http://download.videohelp.com/r0lZ/pgcedit/index.html


#23

sikoone;
I don’t have either of those but I may get them & play with them.From looking at Pgcedit it must have a nag screen unless you donate because it is one of the first things the web page has on it about the program.

Clueless in Seattle;Your welcome.Doing it resharpened my skills with it some.I hope my instructions are clear enough.It took me a couple of tries the first time I use the procedure in the PDF.So you might want to test with some RW discs before a final burn to an R .
DVDShrink is a good program to use to see if the final VIDEO_TS folder will create a good disc.If you open the VIDEO_TS folder with Shrink & get a warning of some kind then there is a problem.With most burn programs you will get an error & the burn process won’t complete if you get a warning in Shrink.If it opens with no warning you don’t need to make another BU & that VIDEO_TS folder will successfully burn or they always have for me.


#24

I don’t have either of those but I may get them & play with them.From looking at Pgcedit it must have a nag screen unless you donate because it is one of the first things the web page has on it about the program.

If you go to Videohelp.com you can still get an old version that doesn’t have the nag screen. I’m still using that until i learn more about dvd structure and need the new features. Just make sure it’s before v9.0.


#25

I would still go for version 9.2. The updates were because of the much needed bug fixes.


#26

[QUOTE=cholla;2220118]BTW I didn’t create the PDF I got it off the internet a while back.[/QUOTE]

Hi again, cholla!

I’m having trouble downloading those two programs:

IfoEdit and VobEdit

using the link from the PDF file.

The URL that the PDF link takes me to is:

http://www.ifoedit.com/

Could someone check this web site to see if they are able to successfully download those two programs?

I first tried with Firefox, and the downloads went really fast (like just a couple of seconds – And I’m on dial-up!), so that seemed a bit odd. Then when I tried to open the files I got this message:

[B][I]===============================================
WinZip

Cannot open file: it does not appear to be a valid archive.
If you downloaded this file, try downloading the file again.

[/I][/B]
So I tried using IE6, but couldn’t even manage to get to a download dialogue box. Instead I got this error:

[B][I]===================================================
No File Leeching Allowed

Your browser or download manager/accelerator does not support
"referrer_document", a necessary feature to download files from this site.

You cannot use bookmarks to download from this site.

If you have a tool running like ZoneAlarm or any other anonymous tool then
try to turn it off.
====================================================[/I][/B]
http://www.ifoedit.com/noleech.php?file=

Seeing a request to turn off my firewall made me feel pretty suspicious.


#27

Try just right clicking and then ‘saving target as’. There are some sites that just won’t let you use DL accelerators


#28

IfoEdit
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/IfoEdit

VobEdit
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/VobEdit


#29

OK, got 'em!

Thanks guys!