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Old 2008-05-31, 08:40 AM
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burn a dvd-audio rip

How do I burn a dvd-audio rip with NERO 7 or ASHAMPOO 7?
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Old 2008-05-31, 09:31 AM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

Usually it is in standard DVD format - meaning there is a VIDEO_TS folder with a bunch of ifo, bup, and vob files in it. In that case, you just burn it like would would a normal DVD. But, when you put it in your DVD player, no need to turn the TV on, cuz there is no video, just turn on the speakers (if you have your setup that way).
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Old 2008-05-31, 03:26 PM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

Is it an audio rip of a DVD-Video or is it a rip of a true DVD-Audio disc (files in AUDIO_TS folder as well as possibly VIDEO_TS folder)?
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Old 2008-06-02, 09:32 PM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

If it's an audio rip of a DVD-Video, with all the files in the VIDEO_TS folder, then just burn it like any other DVD-Video.



If it's a rip of a DVD-Audio disc, with files in the AUDIO_TS folder as well as possibly in the VIDEO_TS folder, then burning with Nero in data or ISO/UDF may not play in all DVD-Audio players for several reasons.

-Nero may not format it correctly, because Nero kinda sucks, so not all players will be able to play it (some will). Prassi ONES will do it correctly, however. Just burn in data mastering mode, and drag in your AUDIO_TS folder and VIDEO_TS folder. The free program IMG Burn may be able to burn it directly. Or I think you can create an .iso file from the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders with IMG Burn, then burn the .iso file with IMG Burn or Nero. Creating an .iso file is kind of a roundabout way of doing it, but it should work.

-Then there is watermarking on some discs. google for more info
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD-Audio#Copy_protection
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Old 2008-06-03, 04:26 AM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

Thanks for replying and for the info, I will check it out.
Here is the INFO TEXT FILE that came with it and the size and file type in each folder.

I TRIED TO BURN AS A REGULAR DVD ( IFO,VOB,BUP) FILES USING NERO 7 AND IT GAVE ME AN EROR MESSAGE SAYING SOMETHING LIKE “ NOT THE CORRECT FORMATT AND MAY NOT BE CORRECT WHEN BURNED “” OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. SOMEONE TOLD ME I MIGHT HAVE TO ADD THE VIDEO_TS FOLDER CONTENTS TO THE AUDIO_TS FOLDER TO GET IT TO WORK, IS THIS CORRECT ????????

DVD 1 – AUDIO-TS FOLDER ( 3.61 GB ) It contains file names such as ::
ATS_01_0.BUP
ATS_01_1.AOB
AUDIO_TS.VOB
AUDIO_TS.IFO
AUDIO_PP.IFO
DVD 1 – VIDEO TS FOLDER ( 313 MB )

DVD 2 _ AUDIO TS FOLDER ( 3.57 GB )
DVD2 _ VIDEO TS FOLDER ( 507 MB )

(( INFO TEXT FILE INCLUDED ))

Led Zeppelin
February 12th, 1975
New York, New York - U.S.A.
Madison Square Gardens
Flying Circus/Empress Valley Supreme
1. 96KHZ/24BIT DVD-AUDIO: 5.1 Surround Sound
2. Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel Surround

Included is bonus video from M.S.G. Feb.7th, 1975



DVD ONE
_________________________________

1. Rock and Roll

2. Sick Again

3. Over The Hills and Far Away

4.In My Time of Dying

5. The Song Remains The Same

6. Rain Song

7. Kashmir

8. No Quarter

9. Trampled Underfoot


DVD TWO
__________________________________

1. Moby Dick

2.Dazed and Confused

3. Stairway to Heaven

4. Whole Lotta Love

5. Black Dog

6. Heartbreaker

+ Bonus Video Footage




I ripped this from original silvers using IsoBuster, there were no errors.
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Old 2008-06-03, 04:30 AM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

Has anyone ever seen this concert video in DVD FORM ????? and maybe know where to find it ??????????? or any other Led Zeppelin Video DVD Concerts ??????
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Old 2008-06-03, 07:01 AM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

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Has anyone ever seen this concert video in DVD FORM ????? and maybe know where to find it ??????????? or any other Led Zeppelin Video DVD Concerts ??????
No, this concert is not on video. It's a dvda from EVSD. Just burn as a data DVD and it should play in most newer players.

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...hlight=newbies

There are a few Zep videos. Look for Earls court or Knebworth. Cosmic energy has a nice 9 DVD compilation of available footage. Check out the official releases as well.
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Old 2008-06-03, 05:57 PM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

You may want to burn a DVDRW of this just to try it out first. You want to be sure that a) your player will recognize the disc, that is, the menus come up, etc. and b) that the disc doesn't stop playing after 30 seconds

Even if your player stops playing it after 30 seconds, you can still play the Dolby Digital track in a DVD-Video only player (a player not capable of DVD-Audio playback), and other DVD-A players may be able to play it longer than 30 seconds.
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Old 2008-06-03, 06:10 PM
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Re: burn a dvd-audio rip

Oh is this a bootleg? OK it will definitely play longer than 30 seconds. The trick is burning it correctly so that it will be recognized by your player.
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