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

Javad Ayaz javadayaz at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 12:02:49 GMT 2008

ill give kino one more go and see if i miss out any option. Then ill try
devede...since i have no other option. !!!

BTW i tried windows movie maker this morning and it refused to accept vob

On 28/01/2008, Alan Pope <alan at popey.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2008 at 11:43:54AM +0000, Javad Ayaz wrote:
> > i just find it strange that was initially able to do it the first time
> round
> > but not now. I might try reinstalling it!
> >
> Invariably reinstalling an app wont "fix" it on Ubuntu. There are some
> exceptions, but I wouldn't hold out any hope.
> > I will take a look at devede and see if thats of any help!
> >
> > mpeg2 files just dont look as good as vob files!
> >
> As I said, a vob file _is_ an mpeg2 file. mpeg2 video is not bad in
> itself,
> it's not got a great compression rate, but if you give it enough bandwidth
> it's not bad at all. Terrestrial digital TV in the UK uses mpeg2 for
> video,
> as do DVDs.
> VOB is merely a container into which the various bits of the DVD puzzle
> are
> put - including mpeg2 video.
> Cheers,
> Al.
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