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Old 2005-09-24, 03:01 PM
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Burning .VOB files

I've recently downloaded a Soulive DVD but I'm unsure what I need to do to convert the .vob files so I can burn onto a DVD-R disc. Is there some freeware that I need or any tips that someone can pass along?

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Old 2005-09-24, 03:32 PM
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Re: Burning .VOB files

don't convert them

create an emty folder called AUDIO_TS and also add the VIDEO_TS folder, then burn. this should work in a standalone DVD player. Use Nero or whatever. Also backup the original data files and info included with the show on another disc.
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Old 2005-09-24, 04:42 PM
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Re: Burning .VOB files

I've used a ISO program along with DVD decrypter that said the same thing to use a video_ts and an audio_ts folder but when I burned the disc my player says it cannot play this type of DVD.

If I create the video_ts and audio_ts folders where do I put the files that I've downloaded? Should I create a folder that contains both of the files mentioned with the downloaded files in the video_ts folder?

This is my first DVD download and I just need a little direction.

Thanks again.
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Old 2005-09-24, 06:07 PM
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Re: Burning .VOB files

the files you downloaded should be in a folder. open that folder, inside is a VIDEO_TS folder. the stuff in this VIDEO_TS folder should go in the VIDEO_TS folder that you burn. just add the empty AUDIO_TS folder. when you burn the disc just make it with the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders, no others.

the stuff in the VIDEO_TS folder is a bunch of .vob files and a couple .ifo and .bup files.
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Old 2005-09-29, 03:59 PM
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Arrow Much needed help with what way to burn VOB files

Ok, so this is what is the problem I know to make audio_ts & video_ts folders. The thing is this I am trying to burn these VOB files with NERO but what mode do I burn them in? I have the files on my harddrive , so obviously need to get em to the DVD! D o I burn the image to a disc??? I would appreciate it so much if someone could point me in the direction I need to go! Much thx!
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Old 2005-09-29, 04:20 PM
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Re: Much needed help with what way to burn VOB files

to burn a "watchable" copy for yer DVD player:
Open Nero Burning ROM
Select DVD-Video
Drag ALL of the contents of the show's VIDEO_TS folder [.ifo, .bup, and .vob files] to the red VIDEO_TS folder in the project window.
Burn disc.

some DVD player will also play "data discs", which you would select DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO), and then drag the shows VIDEO_TS folder *and* AUDIO_TS folder to the project window.

for archiving and trading, you might wanna burn it as a data disc and include the info texts and checksums
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Old 2005-10-03, 03:38 AM
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Newbie DVD burning question

I downloaded a dmb dvd from here and when I click disc 1 or disc 2 there is video_ts folder. Using Nero 6, do I need to burn this entire folder or just the files contained within? Im quite confused as this will be the first dvd that I burn. Sorry if this has been asked or is stupid, but I just dont want to make a coaster. THX
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Old 2005-10-03, 07:00 AM
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Re: Newbie DVD burning question

Yes, the Video_TS folder is the one you want to burn.

In Nero, select the watchable/playable DVD option. This should give you an Audio_TS and Video_TS folder in the image window.

Drag all the files from the downloaded Video_TS folder into the "image" Video_TS folder. The Audio_TS folder will stay empty. Burn away...
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Old 2005-10-03, 07:07 AM
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Re: Newbie DVD burning question

Using the same software as u

1 Open/select dvd-video
2 Drag video_TS folder into left hand box of nero
3 Follow nero wizard to burn

Only thing I have not sussed is making menus work. Just need more practice
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Old 2005-10-06, 04:12 PM
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Video - Audience actually burning of the dvd

Downloaded my first dvd, and now that it is complete, im not sure how to burn it on to dvd-r. I assume the files i downloaded needed to be converted and that i will need software to do it. Short story long, i was just wondering what i need to do to burn my dave and tim show onto dvd-r. Thanks...

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Old 2005-10-06, 06:45 PM
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Re: actually burning of the dvd

do you have Nero or a similar DVD burning program?

the downloaded show does not need to be converted...they are in dvd format already [.bup, .ifo, .vob files]
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Old 2005-10-06, 07:09 PM
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Re: actually burning of the dvd

I've gotten great results with Burn at Once, which is available for free at http://www.burnatonce.com
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Old 2005-10-06, 11:56 PM
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Video DVD burning problem

This is a long post but I tried to be as specific as possible.

I downloaded the Phish Video Montage DVD. I was able to view it on my pc (Dell, XP prof.OS) using VLC media player. I recently bought a DVD burner - NEC DVD RW ND-3540A and Nero 6 software. I burned (?burnt?) all of the files from the torrent (except the MD5 checks). I used a Verbatim 16 x DVD+R disc (review in cdfreaks.com gave this media a high rating with this burner). When I tried to watch the video on my pc using Nero Showtime, the audio worked but the video didn't - black screen. I was able to watch the video from the DVD when I opened it with VLC. The biggest problem is that when I put the disc in my DVD player (Samsung P-231) all I saw was an FBI warning followed by a title saying "TeamHood production". The disc itself wouldn't play. I kept on getting the stop logo (red circle with a line in the middle). I previously emailed Samsung and they said the player could play both DVD+R and DVD-R.
Anyone have any ideas
Thanks for your help
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Old 2005-10-07, 12:05 PM
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Re: Video DVD burning problem

what kind of disc did you burn: DVD-ROM (ISO) or DVD-VIDEO?

to burn a watchable copy, choose DVD-Video as the disc type, drag *all* of the files in the show's VIDEO_TS folder [.iso, .bup, & .vob files] tot he *red VIDEO_TS folder* in the project window...then burn.

i would back up show for trading/archiving on a data disc [DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO)] and simply drag the entire show's folder to the project window and burn [including md5, infotext, etc]
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Old 2005-10-07, 12:11 PM
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Re: Video DVD burning problem

Thanks. I did use the DVD video tool and also dragged over all of the files. I dragged the files over, not the whole folder, if that makes a difference.
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