Editing DVD recording questions

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by divoch, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. divoch

    divoch Guest

    I am trialing a VideoRemaker . I would like to edit video from the DVD+RW which I recorded from TV. When I ADD video files to the VideoRemaker only two "supported files" VTS_01.IFO and VIDEO_TS.IFO from those in VIDEO_TS folder get displayed .
    First, I do not know which one to edit? They seem to have the same information?
    Second, what happens with other files that are in VIDEO_TS folder? Can I ignore them? They are VTS_01_1.VOB, VIDEO_TS.VOB, VTS_01_0.BUP and VIDEO_TS.BUP ?

    Thanks
    Roman
     
    divoch, Oct 29, 2007
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  2. divoch

    Netmask Guest

    I am trialing a VideoRemaker . I would like to edit video from the DVD+RW
    which I recorded from TV. When I ADD video files to the VideoRemaker
    only two "supported files" VTS_01.IFO and VIDEO_TS.IFO from those in
    VIDEO_TS folder get displayed .
    First, I do not know which one to edit? They seem to have the same
    information?
    Second, what happens with other files that are in VIDEO_TS folder? Can I
    ignore them? They are VTS_01_1.VOB, VIDEO_TS.VOB, VTS_01_0.BUP and
    VIDEO_TS.BUP ?

    Thanks
    Roman



    The VOB files are the actual video portion, they are a form of MPEG2 files
    and you could if you wish import those into a mpeg editor and edit the
    movie. I suspect how VideoRemaker works is to edit the IFO files (or how the
    DVD navigates and what it plays and when) without re-encoding the VOB files.
    So in effect it just blanks parts of the playback that you don't want to see
    as if you had edited it.
    I suggest you go to www.videohelp.com for more info . Basically you can do
    all of this for free with programs like IFOEdit, VOBblanker etc. The file
    called VIDEO_TS.IFO relates to the Menu and the file called VTS_01.IFO
    relates to the actual VOB files and the BUP files are backups of the IFO
    files.
     
    Netmask, Oct 31, 2007
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  3. divoch

    divoch Guest

    In the VideoRemaker description it says:
    "Removes parts from video files without re-encoding and preserves the
    original quality."
    So it looks that what you describe fits with that.
    Thanks for further explanation and a pointer to more info
    divoch
     
    divoch, Oct 31, 2007
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