VideoReDo Quick stream fix problem?

#1
I have VideoReDo 4.20 version. I am Trimming a DVD video file with the format .vob I trimmed a video of length 13:47 ,but output file I get is of 09:11

I found that the Video and Audio are not synchronized. When I used quick stream fix to fix the problem, the output file I get is of 0MB.

Please let me know what can be the solution? while i don't want to reencode the file.

Please find the attached image after Quick Streaming.
 

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Dan203

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#2
Is this from a commercial DVD? If so then it's likely the DVD uses advanced navigation features that we do not support in VideoReDo, such as multiple angles or alternate scenes. VideoReDo basically treats VOB files like .mpg files, so if the DVD uses some of the advanced features available in the DVD spec we can not read the files properly.

DVD support in VideoReDo was added to support the editing of home made DVDs from standalone recorders, which do not use these advanced features. It is not sophisticated enough to support the advanced features used on some commercial DVDs.

Dan
 
#3
Is this from a commercial DVD? If so then it's likely the DVD uses advanced navigation features that we do not support in VideoReDo, such as multiple angles or alternate scenes. VideoReDo basically treats VOB files like .mpg files, so if the DVD uses some of the advanced features available in the DVD spec we can not read the files properly.

DVD support in VideoReDo was added to support the editing of home made DVDs from standalone recorders, which do not use these advanced features. It is not sophisticated enough to support the advanced features used on some commercial DVDs.

Dan
attached is the detail info of that DVD file. i don't think it's a commercial DVD.
 

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Dan203

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#4
I can't tell anything from that. Where did you get the VOB file? Did it come from a DVD you made yourself on a standalone DVD recorder or camcorder? Or was it ripped from a DVD you bought or rented? If it was ripped from a bought/rented DVD, or downloaded from the internet, then it's a commercial DVD and likely uses the features I mentioned.

Also for future reference if you switch MediaInfo to Text view (from the view menu) you can simply copy and paste the info, no need to grab a screen shot.

Dan
 
#5
I can't tell anything from that. Where did you get the VOB file? Did it come from a DVD you made yourself on a standalone DVD recorder or camcorder? Or was it ripped from a DVD you bought or rented? If it was ripped from a bought/rented DVD, or downloaded from the internet, then it's a commercial DVD and likely uses the features I mentioned.

Also for future reference if you switch MediaInfo to Text view (from the view menu) you can simply copy and paste the info, no need to grab a screen shot.

Dan
I purchased it from Shop. it would be commercial then. Can you suggest me any software through which I can Cut and Rejoin the DVD without Re-Encoding and Compression ?
 

Dan203

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#6
I just noticed something. You mention opening the VOB file directly. Have you tried the File->Open title from DVD option instead? There are some thing that option can accomplish that opening the VOB directly can not.

If that doesn't work then there are programs that can rip the DVD and remove all the special features leaving you with just the main movie. In doing so it should produce something that VideoReDo can handle. I personally use DVD Decrypter to do this, but that's pretty old. I'm sure there are more modern tools to do it. Unfortunately I don't know of any off hand as it's been quite some time since I've needed to do this. (I switch to BluRays a couple years ago, which are much more difficult to rip and edit)

Dan
 
#7
I just noticed something. You mention opening the VOB file directly. Have you tried the File->Open title from DVD option instead? There are some thing that option can accomplish that opening the VOB directly can not.



Dan
If I go for Open title from DVD option then I can't be able to import that Specific .vob file. It ask the whole Folder to open. Even when I select that Folder contain specific .vob file, it goes to Quick stream fix and then it creates 0MB file as an output.

any software through which I can convert this .vob file in to VideoReDo readable mp4 format without Recompression ?
 

Dan203

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#8
MP4 files usually have H.264 video, which means it will be recompressed. You need something that will convert the VOB files to standard .mpg. Like I said I've used DVD Decrypter to accomplish this in the past, using IFO mode and removing extra cells, but but I'm sure there are more modern things that do this.

You may want to ask in our 3rd party forum to see if anyone has any recommendations.

Dan
 
#9
MP4 files usually have H.264 video, which means it will be recompressed. You need something that will convert the VOB files to standard .mpg. Like I said I've used DVD Decrypter to accomplish this in the past, using IFO mode and removing extra cells, but but I'm sure there are more modern things that do this.

You may want to ask in our 3rd party forum to see if anyone has any recommendations.

Dan
3rd Party forum ? u mean "third party software section"?
 

Dan203

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#10
Yes, that one. Someone else might also read this thread and make a suggestion. You just have to be patient.

Dan
 
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