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Hi

Just looking for a little help not sure if this is the right place but we'll give it a go. I recently received my wedding photos in a DVD slide show but would like to extract these. I know it can easily be achieve with PowerDVD and the likes but the quality is not printable (looks good on screen, you go to print and it looks crap) Any ideas on how to get hi res capture would be fantastic.

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Well, seeing as it's a video, it's probably only possible to automate this with Avisynth (that is, skipping the fade in/fade out frames and automatically saving all full pictures to JPEG quality 100)... I could write a script to do that and give you detailed instructions, but first I need a little sample.

1. Browse the DVD drive and play the VOBs till you find one that has the slideshow.
2. Download DGMPGDec. Start DGIndex.exe.
3. File -> Open and select that VOB, then press OK in the window that pops up.
4. Move the progress bar to somewhere near the middle, press the [ button, then press the > button 20 times (or something close, it doesn't really matter... you can also just drag the slider a tiny bit) and press the ] button.
5. Go to File -> Save Project and Demux Video.
6. Upload the .m2v file that it creates somewhere (should be relatively small) and link it here :3
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HI

Yeah that would be brilliant, off the top of my head there is four vob files, if the result file from dgmpg is small like you say I could email it to you.

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Please upload it to megaupload or something, emails are evil.
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Will message you once done, in work at the moment so won't be till later maybe even tomorrow is that ok?
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Yeah, sure :3
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Bumping an old thread as I have this same problem. Anyone still catching on this topic.
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