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Old 04-06-2004, 04:38 AM   #1
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Unhappy how can i open .vob(dvd video files) using fscommand?

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can flash open dvd video files(.vob)?
am trying to open an external .vob file from flash mx 2004 using the fscommand action. i have put the .vob file within a fscommand folder and published as .exe. It won't work!!

fscommand("exec","video_ts.vob");

It just wont work. I have tried also

getURL("videos\\video_ts.vob");

this doesn't work either!! How can i do this? Flash mx won't allow me in import the vob file so to link to it is the only way i can think of.
PLease HELP!!
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Old 04-13-2004, 09:24 PM   #2
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You cannot use .vob files directly. They are dvd video objects and are used only by the DVD.

You can, however, use a utility called Flask to convert the .vob into a useable format - an avi, or mpg. Search on google, you will find it.

Once you have that format you can export your video as an .flv. Just like any other video.
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Old 04-14-2004, 03:16 AM   #3
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if u want to import it, do as Supa-T says
but if u just want to open it, u can use a lotta third party pros, such as Swift, swfKit,.....
search the forums for more
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