Bob Meetin wrote: > I have a DVD type video in .VOB format. On the DVD I received it got > split into 3 .vob files, but of course it plays as a single file. I use > Super for converting them into .mov files ( 2 big & 1 small). > > Is there a way to recombine them into a single .mov (or ultimately .swf) > file to playback as a single video? I can do whatever necessary command > line at the UNIX prompt. Have access to ffmpeg, mencoder, etc. > > I also have flash video encoder so that I can convert them to flash as > the last step > > -bob > Bob, VOB files are MPEG2 "program stream" containers, which have the nice property of native "concat-ability". So, you can do something like this: cat Part1.vob Part2.vob Part3.vob >Combined.vob Then you can run the combined VOB through your converter of choice. If you don't have the free space, I think you can pipe the above directly into ffmpeg. HTH, Phil -- Need to contact me offlist? Drop -webdev or you probably won't get through.