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Old 17th March 2002, 20:39   #1  |  Link
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Merging vobs

Im trying to copy my stargate move that is double sided. Half of the movie is on one side and the other half is on the otherside. I ripped the vobs and need to make it so that i can load both sets of vobs into dvd2svcd. how do i merge the vobs, or edit the ifo so that when i load the main ifo file with dvd2svcd, it will recognize all of the vobs (both sides of the cd)? thanks
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Old 18th March 2002, 00:05   #2  |  Link
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I doubt you can.
The IFO will be different for each side of the disk and each IFO will only cover its side of the disc. I would guess that you will have to encode the two separatly - or use another program that doesnt care about the ifo.
Are all the vobs given the same names - ie. VTS_XX_1.VOB can be found on both sides of the disc? or does it go like 1 - 4 on one side, and then 5 - X on the other?
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you are old enough here to know that you should read the faq before posting.Have a look at Q41
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