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I have a couple of recorder-made DVD-Rs that I'd like to edit on my computer. I've used DVD Decrypter to rip them to files on my hard disc, but I can't get anything to actually recognize the content as 'normal' MPEG-2 data.


When I use DVD Decrypter, I have it demux the streams, which should give me an audio track and an MPEG2 video track. If I try to put the MPEG2 video track into something like TMPGENC or even Windows Media Encoder, both of those applications reject it as unknown content.


Anyone done this reliably and know what the magic is?
 

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I believe you can rip with DVD Decrypter in file mode and then use TMPGENC DVD Author (not their encoder product). DVD Author accepts VOB files as input. It comes with a 30 day free trial.
 
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