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    One of our editors made a mistake in a title of the Encore menu and he already burned the DVD and doesn't have the encore project files.

    Now I was asked to make a new menu but keep the quality of the movie.

    The only way I thought I'd be able to do this was to convert the VOB files on the DVD to raw AVI files or to AVI DV (this is one of my questions), and to buikd a new meny in Encore and burn it again. Of course by doing this, Encore will once again be converting these files back to MPEG-2.

    How do I do this without losing any quality? Two conversions on a VOB file sounds scary.

    p.s. Both Encore and Premiere do not support importing the VOB file from the disk as it is.

    Thanks!

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    Scary indeed.

    Are you absolutely sure that the originla project is really 'lost'? That's by far your best option.

    Other than that I think you have it right. Do your conversions and see what quality comes out. If it's completely naff then go back to your editor and he'll have to start over again.

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    I found a great place that explains How to convert DVDs back to MPG files for reauthor or reedit:

    How to convert DVDs back to MPG files for reauthor or reedit - VideoHelp.com

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