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Nydia Marsella
Ripped from DVD importing into AVID MC5 ON A PC
on Jun 15, 2012 at 5:39:20 pm

I have some files that were ripped from a DVD and are in VOB format.How can I import them into AVID media composer 5 and lose the least possible quality?

I tried MPEG STREAMCLIP for Windows and either it's not working or I'm not doing it properly. :( Seems like MPEG Streamclip is designed mostly for MAC - even the Windows version. Also, you have to uninstall the full version of Quicktime for MPEG STREAMCLIP to work, and I need Quicktime for other purposes.

Thanks in advance,

Nydia


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Lee Warner
Re: Ripped from DVD importing into AVID MC5 ON A PC
on Jun 18, 2012 at 6:32:03 pm

Rename the .vob to .mpg. Any of your software that can transcode mpeg2 files should work.

Lee

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juliet zhu
Re: Ripped from DVD importing into AVID MC5 ON A PC
on Mar 9, 2016 at 8:54:44 am

I’ve figured out a quick fix to solve the DVD and Avid MC incompatible issue.

http://juliet-tech-rip-blurays-dvdss.hatenablog.com/entry/2016/03/09/100559

http://format-changes.over-blog.com


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Michael Phillips
Re: Ripped from DVD importing into AVID MC5 ON A PC
on Mar 9, 2016 at 6:40:20 pm

Certainly not free, but mentioned here for completeness; Drastic Technology's Media Reactor AMA plug-in supports a lot of formats including VOB.


Michael


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