DVD clips not recognised

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    • #41742
      Avatardingdong
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      Hi,

      A dvd with some personal film on will not be recognised by any editing program I have. I have copied it onto the computer fine but WMM or Corel wont see it.

      I cant provide a picture as it asked for URL. I think I need to change the format of the clips? The name of the clip is TS.IFO?

      PS. does anyone know how to change my password – its complicated and a pain.

    • #176651
      Avatarfutball8
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      dingdong,

      Your TS.IFO file is not a video file – the .ifo extension is simply an information file associated with a video file.

      The actual video files on a DVD should have a .VOB extension.

      Look for the .VOB files on your disc – these are the actual video files – they should be named something like “VTS_01_0.VOB”

      More than likely, these will need to be converted to a different file format before being imported into your editing app. Not many programs will import and edit .VOBs natively.

      You can convert them easily with a free little program called MPEG Streamclip – downlaodable from http://www.squared5.com

      Good luck – let us know how it goes!

    • #176652
      AvatarAnonymous
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