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Trying to Make a Highlight DVD for our Rocket Football Team


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moondog830

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We originally tried to copy our game films from VHS to DVD using our Sylvania Combo machine .... no go ... it wouldn't recognize the disks we were putting in, no matter what brand.

So we were allowed to borrow a Sony Multi-Function DVD Recorder and now have the game film on DVD.

The files are in .vob format and in 3 pieces .... I would prefer to have them in .AVI format for editing so I can merge the files and edit out some of the mistakes and then add music.

I use Vegas but it won't recognize the files and neither will Windows Movie Maker.

Can someone help me here please?

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zorba the geek

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Hi moondog830
I've been using QuickMediaConverter to do just that and I'm happy with it.And it's for free.You can download the software from here

http://quick-media-c...n.softonic.com/

It's easy to use and very versatile

Cheers
Zorba

Edited by zorba the geek, 31 October 2008 - 01:59 PM.

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