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Old 2005-04-05, 05:44 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

it would probably work to just uninstall Nero, clean out the registry entries with something like RegCleaner, then reinstall another demo of Nero.

but it's a solid application, worth the price, i think.
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Old 2005-04-05, 06:11 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

Pay the money, you pirate
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Old 2005-04-09, 05:19 AM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

Not sure about DVD's but you can try www.deepburner.com They have a free version
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Old 2005-04-16, 11:55 AM
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Got problems burning DVD look here(for us Newbies)

Ok, this is my first post after finding this wonderful site. I just downloaded my first DVD BT. I'm all excited to watch it on my standalone (in comfort).

Her's my story I can watch it perfectly fine on my computer by>"powerdvd". Well now I need to get it on to a DVD disc so after two days of reading everything I could find on the subject and trying a few differnt software aps. (including Nero)(maybe I'm just a retard and couldn't figure it out) I was able to burn a disc but it would not play on my standalone (Mitsubishi dd4030). I believe it was burning as a Data and that was the problem.
Anyway I found a program called "Imageburn" Thanks to the Tchnobable section on this site http://www.coujo.de/ib2/index.php?ac...=download#burn
(by the way I believe you need the Nero software to run this.)
Problem solved I can now burn a DVD that is playable on my DVD standalone.

So to sum up...
1. get Image burn
2. Open Imageburn
3. find your directory where your "Video-ts" folder is
4. Make this your DVD "root"(The whole Video-ts folder)
5. Click the burn button
whala you now have a DVD that is able to play on your home DVD player.

I'm posting this in hopes it'll help out others with the same problem and save them the headache and time.

Thanks for sharing everyone
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Old 2005-04-16, 12:43 PM
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Re: Got problems burning DVD look here(for us Newbies)

Nero burns DVD directly. From the file menu choose "new", and then select DVD from the listbox of the "New Compilation Window" You will then see a choice for "DVD-Video".

Nero provides a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder by default, simply drag your .IFO and .VOB files into the Video directory. If you have MD5, graphics or text files, it's a good idea to create an EXTRAS_TS folder too, and leave those elements there. Many standalone DVD players (especially Sony) get cranky if they see anything but *._TS folders in the root.

I suggest also that you reference www.videohelp.com . Lots of great info there.
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Old 2005-04-16, 02:38 PM
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Re: Got problems burning DVD look here(for us Newbies)

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Nero burns DVD directly. From the file menu choose "new", and then select DVD from the listbox of the "New Compilation Window" You will then see a choice for "DVD-Video".

Nero provides a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder by default, simply drag your .IFO and .VOB files into the Video directory. If you have MD5, graphics or text files, it's a good idea to create an EXTRAS_TS folder too, and leave those elements there. Many standalone DVD players (especially Sony) get cranky if they see anything but *._TS folders in the root.

I suggest also that you reference www.videohelp.com . Lots of great info there.

Thanks for the info, I'll give that a try. I think that my problem with Nero was that I added too many files (the .BU ?? or whatever it's called). Should I only be adding the IFO and VOB files? Because what I did was selected the DVD video option, then I dragged the whole Video-ts folder over and began burning. But like I said it would not play in my standalone.

By the way Imageburn (for me at least) burned the disc in about half the time it took Nero.
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Old 2005-04-16, 04:44 PM
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Re: Got problems burning DVD look here(for us Newbies)

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Thanks for the info, I'll give that a try. I think that my problem with Nero was that I added too many files (the .BU ?? or whatever it's called). Should I only be adding the IFO and VOB files? Because what I did was selected the DVD video option, then I dragged the whole Video-ts folder over and began burning. But like I said it would not play in my standalone.

By the way Imageburn (for me at least) burned the disc in about half the time it took Nero.
It sounds like you burned a DATA disk. What I do is manually select everything in the VIDEO_TS directory, and drag it into Nero's VIDEO_TS directory. If memory serves me, when you're in DVD-Video mode, Nero will give you a popup when you try to add another VIDEO_TS directory.

You need to include everything in the VIDEO_TS subdirectory, including .BUP files. Sorry, I was being general and didn't mention all filetypes. The DVD specification doesn't allow for files other than DVD compliant files to be burned in the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subdirectories, but ignores anything in the EXTRAS_TS.

Nero is probably set up to do a "verify after write", and that might be why it took twice as long. I prefer to manually verify the disk using MD5, because I've had data disks with bad reads, even after the Nero verify said it was OK.

If you generate an MD5 hash for the VIDEO_TS subdirectory, and place it in the EXTRAS_TS subdirectory, you'll always be able to check the validity of your files. Just make sure that you edit the MD5 so it reflects the proper path, "VIDEO_TS\" so it will know where to look for the files. If the path isn't set properly, you'll be forced to extract the files and the MD5 in order to test them on your hard disk.
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Old 2005-04-17, 10:23 PM
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Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

I go to Copy and Back up, Click Burn Image to disc, Click on DVD Video Files, Drag the VIDEO_TS folder to the box, click next, and when I get to the page to burn it the burn button with the match on the disc is black and white not colored. So basically its not highligted so I can't even click on it to burn.. That is the problem and I have no clue to fix it. Someone please help
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Old 2005-04-17, 10:44 PM
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

Have you got a DVD burner and not just a cd burner?
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Old 2005-04-17, 10:49 PM
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

burn image to disk means burn an .iso or .nrg file. you need to go to photo and video and click the little arrow at the bottom and then choose burn dvd video files. and just drag the contents of the folder over (minus the .md5 or any artwork), not the entire folder.
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Old 2005-04-17, 10:53 PM
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

"photo and video" Where would that be located
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

yeah, if you want to burn a dvd select DVD from the pulldown menu at the loading prompt and click video. then drag your files over
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

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"photo and video" Where would that be located
are you using nero express?
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

what version of nero do you have?
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Old 2005-04-17, 10:57 PM
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Re: Problem Burning With Nero, Please Help!!

I am using Nero Express. I have the newest version 6.8 or whatever
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