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[HELP] Problem with VOB file
#1
macOS 12.0.1
Hybrid 2021.12.05.1


I've processed numerous merged VOB files with no problems, but this one merged VOB file keeps producing an error (attached).
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starting 2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510_02_audio@16:42:47.317 - /Volumes/Drobo/Hybrid/Hybrid-OUT/merged.mov

2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510_02_audio finished after 00:00:06.622


delete /Volumes/Drobo/Hybrid/Hybrid-Temp/iId_8_aid_0_2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510_01.mp2


Indexer didn't create: /Volumes/Drobo/Hybrid/Hybrid-Temp/2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510.d2v!


-> 2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510_04_index crashed: Indexer didn't create: /Volumes/Drobo/Hybrid/Hybrid-Temp/2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510.d2v!


Aborting '2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510_04_index' due to: Indexer didn't create: /Volumes/Drobo/Hybrid/Hybrid-Temp/2022-01-01@16_42_45_5510.d2v!

Strangely, here is the MediaInfo data for the vob file. I'm confused about all the audio tracks - it is simply a DVD-R copy from VHS.


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.zip   HybridDebugOutput.txt.zip (Size: 19,61 KB / Downloads: 13)
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#2
Just to be clear merging .vob files is a stupid idea to begin with. .vob files are not meant to be merged.

About the problem:
Seems like the source filter can't handle the file (probably because of broken headers).
Try remuxing the file to mkv and open the mkv, assuming the remuxed mkv plays fine.
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#3
Is there another way of processing separate vob files without merging them?
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#4
a. vob files should belong to a DVD structure using the DVD input opening the that structure should be possible. (dependingon the structure pcgdemux or similar should b eused since Vapoursynth an Avisynth both can't handle non-simple DVD structures)
c. using mkvmerge to combine the vobs
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#5
(01.01.2022, 18:58)Selur Wrote: Just to be clear merging .vob files is a stupid idea to begin with. .vob files are not meant to be merged.

About the problem:
Seems like the source filter can't handle the file (probably because of broken headers).
Try remuxing the file to mkv and open the mkv, assuming the remuxed mkv plays fine.

I get the same error with the mkv file - very strange. The mkv file plays fine in VLC.
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#6
try using another source filter.
Might be an issue with d2vwitch and the source somehow,..
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