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Extracting from VOB file in preparation for Flash CS3 Video Encoder.

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Hi I have 2 small VOB files (NTSC format) that I want to extract the video (and sound) from and import into Flash CS3 Video Encoder for flv output.  But I am having real problems!  Either the video or the sound isnt coming through.

So far I have used DVD2AVI and AutoGK, without success.

Any thoughts?  Is Flash Video Encoder fussy?

Look forward to your comments,
Tony
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I have been able to use a program called handbrake to covert from VOB to MP4 / MPG: http://handbrake.m0k.org/

Flash only supports:

The following video file formats are supported for importing embedded video if QuickTime 7 is installed:

Audio Video Interleaved (.avi )
 
Digital video (.dv)
 
Motion Picture Experts Group (.mpg, .mpeg)
 
QuickTime video (.mov)
 

The following video file formats are supported for importing embedded video if DirectX 9 or later is installed (Windows only):

Audio Video Interleaved (.avi)
 
Motion Picture Experts Group (.mpg, .mpeg)
 
Windows Media file (.wmv, .asf)
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