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Hi, I am new to the group and even though I have an associates degree
from 6 yrs ago am also new to web publishing.  I have a customer that
wants to put a 1/2 hour long video up on the web.  It is in VOB IFO
BUP formats. I am not familiar with the encoders that might help me do
this. Any suggestions?

Re: VOB IFO BUP Encoder

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Those files are all constuent parts of DVD format and very very big
:-).  For the web you'll want to you'll want to transcode those
goodies into a smaller resolution, more highly compressed format.
Flash seems to have become the defacto standard a la youtube.com,
otherwise you're in a situation where you offer a player of some sort
that allows choice between windows media player and quicktime

I don't own a current version of Adobe Flash but I suspect that it may
get you hwere you want to go.

I'll watch with interest responses from folks with more detailed info
on this issue.  

Todd H.
http://www.toddh.net /

Re: VOB IFO BUP Encoder

On 16 Mar 2007 12:03:42 -0500, comphelp@toddh.net (Todd H.) wrote:

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I'd go for Mpeg-4 (as used on mobile phones)


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Re: VOB IFO BUP Encoder

On Mar 16, 12:03 pm, comph...@toddh.net (Todd H.) wrote:
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 I have Flash but I couldn't get it to accept the VOB format.  I did
some more research & read that I could change a VOB file extention to
an MPG so I tried that & it seemed to work so now I think I can use it
in Flash. Hopefully changing the file name didn't mess anything up.
Thanks for your help.

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