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Convert VOB DVD to Windows Movie Maker

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Leesburg Preacher

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I am trying to import a DVD into Windows Movie Maker. Obviously, the files are not compatible. The DVd is in VOB format. The WMM just does nothing when prompted to act. Eventually, a error message appears.

1. How can I convert the video so that I can edit it in WMM?
2. Is there a software program that I need?
3. Please explain. Will my audio files convert as well? Will I need an additional software?
4. I have noticed a lot of software options available. Is there one that I can trust?

In closing, I own the DVD and the rights to it fully. It is a private video on my church. Second, I know little of computers and greatly need your help.
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Try this


FlasKMPEG takes MPEG streams and encodes them into another format, trying to achieve the maximum possible quality and trying to minimize the conversion impact providing a straightfordward aproach to the MPEG1/2 to MPEG/AVI conversion. AVI output and MPEG output through bbMPEG (MPEG1, MPEG2, VCD & SVCD) are supported right off the box and other conversions are supported in form of plug-ins. FlaskMPEG can also convert .VOB files to AVI
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