How to convert some (unprotected) VOBs on hard disc to an AVI movie file ?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Joe DeAngelo, May 1, 2007.

  1. Joe DeAngelo

    Joe DeAngelo Guest

    I have got some VOBs with some language audio tracks from a DVD onto my hard disc.
    The source material is NOT protected/encrypted.

    How can I conveniently convert these VOBs into av ANI movie (Divs or Xvid) ?

    The target AVI should only contain ONE language.

    I don't want to fiddle around with which VOB I have to convert.
    I just want to say "Hey software, this is the directory with all the VOB stuff
    encode it with bitrate 1050 kbps and use Divx and MP3 for audio with 128 kbps."
    Thats all.

    What is the best tools for such a task?

    Joe DeAngelo, May 1, 2007
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  2. Joe DeAngelo

    yeltz Guest

    Auto Gordion Knot will do the trick.
    yeltz, May 2, 2007
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  3. Joe DeAngelo

    Stuart Guest

    AutoGk v2.40 will give you language selection, Divx
    or Xvid encoding and any file size you want.

    Program features support of:
    - DVD/VOBs(unencrypted from hdd), MPEG2, MPEG1, transport streams (including
    multi-program ones) and AVI/DV input sources
    - XviD or DivX(5/6) output formats
    - AC3, DTS, PCM, MPA input audio tracks
    - AC3, DTS, MPA, CBR/VBR MP3 output audio tracks
    - two audio tracks in AVI
    - external (vobsub) or internal (burnt-in) subtitles (with support of forced
    - HDTV input/output resolutions(upto 1920x***) and frame rates (50/60fps)
    - automatic crop and resize based on compressibility of the source to
    achieve best results
    - automatic detection of input source: PAL, NTSC, FILM, HYBRID
    - automatic deinterlacer and IVTC
    - automatic split into CD-sized chunks for main video and external subs
    Stuart, May 2, 2007
  4. Joe DeAngelo

    Buzz Guest

    I like this one for simplicity of use : 1 Click DVD Ripper
    Buzz, May 2, 2007
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