[ubuntu-uk] Need to convert dv files into vob files in kino

Javad Ayaz javadayaz at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 11:43:54 GMT 2008

i just find it strange that was initially able to do it the first time round
but not now. I might try reinstalling it!

I will take a look at devede and see if thats of any help!

mpeg2 files just dont look as good as vob files!

On 28/01/2008, Alan Pope <alan at popey.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 09:36:16AM +0000, Javad Ayaz wrote:
> > Im using Kino for editing some vob files. After i edit the files remain
> DV
> > files. How can i these converted to vob files?
> >
> I don't see an option to do it in Kino itself. The export option has
> multiple formats including h264, ogg, mpeg4 and xvid but vob isn't listed.
> The File -> Save As dialog also doesn't list vob (on the version I have
> here).
> However there is a nice tool called "devede" which I just installed. I
> clicked "add" on the top right and pointed it at a video file i had handy.
> I
> then chose "only convert film files to compliant mpeg files" then clicked
> "forward". It's now chugging away.
> However you might be interested to know that a vob file is mainly just an
> mpeg2 video.. note from the VOB page on wikipedia..
> "If the VOB file extension is changed from .vob to an MPEG-2 type file
> extension such as .mpg or .mpeg, the file is still readable and continues
> to
> hold all information, although most MPEG-2-capable players don't support
> subtitle tracks."
> Cheers,
> Al.
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