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    I have imported a number of vob files into Studio v439 by changing the file ext. from a vob to a mpg, then editting in Studio, and burning to a DVD. However a new DVD I have imported the sound is OK but the video is there but heavily pixelated so I can not see any detail. It is not a protected DVD. Any ideas to sort this out in Studio? Thanks David

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    Convert VOB's into MPEG.

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    Are you saying I need a vob to mpg converter in this one case, because all other DVD files can be imported into Studio by just changing the file extension from vob to mpg. Please confirm, and thanks for replying. David

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    PS - if so please recommend a free converter. Thanks again David

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    David, you could try VirtualDub or TMPGEnc, both are freeware.

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