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06-22-2003, 05:14 AM
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I am making a backup of my Memento DVD, chronological version, and it consists of 3 parts when ripped from the DVD, each with it's own Stream info file, IFO file and VOB files.

It is basically the main body of the movie as the middle part with credits at the beginning and the end.

I'm confused as how to go about doing it so my resulting KVCD flows from one to another. Suggestions??
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Do what you would always do, but when making your avisynth script, use something like this:

a=MPEG2Source("C:\part1.d2v")
b=MPEG2Source("C:\part2.d2v")
c=MPEG2Source("C:\part3.d2v")
x=a+b+c
x

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06-22-2003, 09:30 AM
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how do u mean in three parts? three parts in vobs? mpg? avi? what?
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06-22-2003, 07:05 PM
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Yes, three sets of VOB files. Actually, part 1 has one Vob, part 2 has 4, part three has 1 VOB.
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PyRoMaNiA,
When combining multi .d2v files with avisynth, how would you go about resyncing audio...
if one, two, or all your individual .d2v files, had companion audio files with varied delays???
(ie: part1.d2v audio -66 delay, part2.d2v audio -100 delay, part3 audio -300 delay)


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06-23-2003, 01:52 AM
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Yes, three sets of VOB files. Actually, part 1 has one Vob, part 2 has 4, part three has 1 VOB.
ok, easy answer is have the vobs end in a consecative numer range, eg. VTS_01_1 then VTS_01_2 etc just make sure there in the right order when renaming. then load into dvd2avi and dvd2avi will automatically add the files and problem solved.
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06-23-2003, 07:28 AM
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Okay, so it looks like we have two ways to do it.

Pyromania said use Avisynth and work with the three d2v files

andybno1 said to rename the VOB files in the order you want them, then DVD2AVI will sort it out from there.
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hey jshew

this guide i test and works... maybe help you:

http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/120021.php

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06-23-2003, 11:37 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jshew
Okay, so it looks like we have two ways to do it.

Pyromania said use Avisynth and work with the three d2v files

andybno1 said to rename the VOB files in the order you want them, then DVD2AVI will sort it out from there.
I only sugesst put all vobs in the the one d2v file to save u messin about with three d2v files.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PyRoMaNiA
Do what you would always do, but when making your avisynth script, use something like this:

a=MPEG2Source("C:\part1.d2v")
b=MPEG2Source("C:\part2.d2v")
c=MPEG2Source("C:\part3.d2v")
x=a+b+c
x

#(filters here as usual)
Would that also work for avi's?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PyRoMaNiA
Do what you would always do, but when making your avisynth script, use something like this:

a=MPEG2Source("C:\part1.d2v")
b=MPEG2Source("C:\part2.d2v")
c=MPEG2Source("C:\part3.d2v")
x=a+b+c
x

#(filters here as usual)
Would that also work for avi's?
yes Bigswaffo,
same like this:

Part1 = avisource("part1.avi")
Part2 = avisource("part2.avi")
return Part1+Part2

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06-23-2003, 01:40 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vico1
PyRoMaNiA,
When combining multi .d2v files with avisynth, how would you go about resyncing audio...
if one, two, or all your individual .d2v files, had companion audio files with varied delays???
(ie: part1.d2v audio -66 delay, part2.d2v audio -100 delay, part3 audio -300 delay)
I would just encode the audio files extracted by DVD2AVI separately with HeadAC3he as usual... then join them with mp3merge, try a search for it on Gooogle. Haven't tried this is a while though, so not sure if that's the best way to do it...
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Merging them with mp3merge could cause desync because audio often is
different then video size. IMHO.

How did you get three different vobs? Are they the same movie? If "yes"
then rename them in order like andybno1 suggested. Btw they should be
named like that at the time you've ripped them.

If "no" (means three separated vob streams) go and encode each of them
mux audio and video and you'll get three different mpegs. After that
use vcdeasy to put them on a single cd. Add them in order you want to
watch.
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