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I am using PowerDirector 11 to join 4 .vob files from a movie DVD. The 4 vob files are of 1 continuous movie, but was split up due to the DVD specification.

However in the output file there is a half second split when the end of a vob file is reached and moving to the next one. How can I avoid this and make the transition between vob files seamless?

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Why is this specific to Windows 8? – Caleb Jares Oct 25 '12 at 16:53

Have you tried deleting the last half second of each of the four .vob's? The split might have added some black screen time.

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I found the solution: there is a small nice freeware that did the joining job fast. It's called VOBMerge:

No need for biggy PowerDirector

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