VOB files

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  1. djc101

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    Has anyone sucesfully downloaded a vob file, burn it onto a dvd and played it on a DVD player? Is that even possible? How did it sound?

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  2. alanrob

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    You need more than the VOB files from a DVD to make a copy of it.
    You also need the IFO files and a few others too.

    The VOB file contains all the picture and sound info from a DVD so if it's got DTS and DD then the VOB will have them (unless someone has already removed parts that aren't required.
     
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    Yeah, the directory structure really needs to be a "VIDEO_TS/AUDIO_TS" layout to be recognised by the player,with the VOBs, IFOs, BUPs etc correctly ordered and in the right directory. I think you can just use Nero; plonk the VOBs in the VIDEO_TS folder and write IFO's using something like ifoedit.

    I guess you might need proper DVD authoring software to do it correctly. Not sure... :-\

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