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Marco. wrote on 8/5/2020, 12:23 PM

It works as before. Just drag & drop the VOB file from the Vegas Explorer into the timeline.

SomeAMan wrote on 8/5/2020, 12:35 PM

It works as before. Just drag & drop the VOB file from the Vegas Explorer into the timeline.

VEGAS can't see the files How to drag & drop them?

Marco. wrote on 8/5/2020, 12:39 PM

Set the view of the Explorer window to "All files". Or drag & drop from the Windows Explorer instead.

SomeAMan wrote on 8/5/2020, 12:50 PM

Set the view of the Explorer window to "All files". Or drag & drop from the Windows Explorer instead.

I use "All project and Media files". What do you mean "drag & drop from the Windows Explorer"?

SomeAMan wrote on 8/5/2020, 12:52 PM

Set the view of the Explorer window to "All files". Or drag & drop from the Windows Explorer instead.

I see now Thanks!

rraud wrote on 8/5/2020, 3:09 PM

Drag or open the DVD's .IFO file to VP's timeline. This should import all the chapters' media (aka, "Gary James method")

SomeAMan wrote on 8/6/2020, 4:19 PM

Set the view of the Explorer window to "All files". Or drag & drop from the Windows Explorer instead.

But it creates 1 KB video file which is not playable which is suppose to be for 1-2 hours video.

Marco. wrote on 8/6/2020, 4:30 PM

The Explorer window doesn't create files at all. It just offers the access to the folder. Which file you then drag and drop is up to you. Seems like you dragged the wrong one.

vkmast wrote on 8/6/2020, 4:46 PM

The 'Gary James method':
Vegas allows you to open up a DVD .IFO file. This imports the entire .VOB chain for both video and audio tracks.
First: Import the entire DVD onto your hard drive.
Click File / Open, then navigate to your VIDEO_TS sub directory and enter *.IFO in the File name input field. For a regular DVD you will see a VIDEO_TS.IFO, and a VTS_01_0.IFO. Select the VTS_01_0.IFO file and click on Open.

(Unencrypted DVDs of course)

SomeAMan wrote on 8/6/2020, 4:54 PM

Drag or open the DVD's .IFO file to VP's timeline. This should import all the chapters' media (aka, "Gary James method")

There are 2 .INFO files VIDEO_TS folder Take them both?

jetdv wrote on 8/7/2020, 3:52 PM

I have found it best to use the IFO files. That way if a video spans multiple VOB files, there will be no issues in the breaks between those files. As for which one to take? Often it will be the last one. But you may need to test each one to see if it is the one you need. Some DVDs may have a bunch of them depending on the DVD layout.

SomeAMan wrote on 8/10/2020, 9:46 PM

The 'Gary James method':
Vegas allows you to open up a DVD .IFO file. This imports the entire .VOB chain for both video and audio tracks.
First: Import the entire DVD onto your hard drive.
Click File / Open, then navigate to your VIDEO_TS sub directory and enter *.IFO in the File name input field. For a regular DVD you will see a VIDEO_TS.IFO, and a VTS_01_0.IFO. Select the VTS_01_0.IFO file and click on Open.

(Unencrypted DVDs of course)

It works