Background: 15 years ago I created a DVD with a Ulead video editing software. Unfortunately, I have lost the original footage files, so as I now like to extract some clips from the videos, I have to extract from the vob files.
Using VLC media player I see that the time stamps are jumping randomly back and forth even within a single vob. Trying to extract using FFMPEG doesn't really work: A playable file is created, but I cannot properly control which parts of the original vob files I get into the output file. I guess this is probably because of the faulty time stamps. Hence...
The question: Is there any way to re-mux/clean the vobs or otherwise create files without time stamp issues?
BTW, trying to take 60 sec from one file and merge with 60 sec from another file I am using "FFMPEG -f concat -i list.txt ..." with a list.txt looking like this:
file Vts_01_3.vob inpoint 212.0 outpoint 272.0 file Vts_01_4.vob inpoint 0.0 outpoint 60.0
Any ideas anyone?