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    Apologies for bumping such an old thread, but does anyone have a valid link? The ones in this thread are all dead.

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    I have the .vob file but it's a bit north of a gig and there may be some who don't know how to play it. I can stick it on my site, but before that happens I have 2 questions:

    What file format works for the most people here?

    Any recommendation for a format converter? I haven't done it for such a long time that the output file format choices in the utility I used to use are a smidge obsolete. The Internet has lots of opinions as to which is the best converter, but I'd feel safer trying something recommended by a forum member I recognize.

    Jeff

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    Agreed, .vob can be kind of a hassle for some to figure out. However, if its just one .vob file, i think the easiest way to do it without sacrificing quality would be for the use to download and install VLC Media player, which is a great overall media player. If the .vob files are enclosed in a VIDEO_TS folder, then VLC is also still a good option.

    If you wish to convert the .vob, the most common codec thats supported by multiple media players is MPEG-4, which can be converted to .avi, .mkv, or other less common containers.

    Short version, keeping the .vob file might be the best way to do it.

    Thanks for this Jeff.

    Muz

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    I converted it to MP4 and stuck on my site. Embedding it didn't work, so here's a link

    http://jeffstevens.org/Videos/NobleFactoryVideo.mp4

    Jeff

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    Great video and a very impressive facility. Is Hi-Tech still in business? I thought I heard they had closed their doors..

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    Jeff, Thanks for posting.
    It is a very cool video seeing how our cars were born.

    Hi Matt,Hi-Tech is still alive in south Africa.
    They remain low volume/Low key and mainly do builds for Superperformance in The U.S.A. (California) and they have distributors around the world.

    Here are some of the cool cars being built for superperformance.
    http://www.superformance.com/default.aspx

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    Reminds me of my Formula SAE days with the chassis jigging, steel space frame, suspension build up, etc.

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    Thanks for posting the link Jeff! Works well playing via quicktime.

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    What a great video. I cannot believe I have not seen it before....Thanks Jeff!

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    Great Vid. Thanks Jeff.

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