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Conversion of BUP, IFO and VOB files to WMV format

Posted on 2007-03-17
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Hello,
I am having a problem converting DVD video/audio to Windows Media Format - specifically wmv files.  I have downloaded and attempted to use Super, DVD Ripper and MVTools to convert these but get errors with the conversion.  The files are in IFO, BUP and VOB format each.  I'm not sure if there is a simple application (can be complex application but simple to use) which will convert these for me.  I tried the Super and it just hung there not doing anything.  I have included 3 sample files to show what I am working with to give you an idea of what I'm needing which can be downloaded at http://www.mn1.com/VIDEO_TS.zip .  Thanks for any help.
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Looks like there is a problem with your original files!

The .vob file will not play and is so small in size I can't see it being a valid file.

Super is my tool of choice for this job - but first make sure you can play the .vob file on your machine before trying to convert to .wmv

Hope this helps!
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