How To Edit A DVD
|Computing : Computer Sound Music And Video|
To edit the contents of a DVD, you need to demux and disentangle the sound and audio streams that make up the finished VOB file on the DVD.
You can do this using simple software that will turn the contents of the DVD into an AVI for you. You can't edit the VOB files direct... so making the conversion is the key to being able to manipulate the contents of the DVD!
Once you have an AVI (or you could use MPEG if not worried about loss in quality etc) you can edit with your favourite software - if you have windows XP you can use the free software Movie Maker that will be bundled with your copy of XP.
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