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burning parts from different DVDs to one DVD-R

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by Gml, Aug 17, 2003.

  1. Gml

    Gml Member

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    I have three DVDs with extra's. These extra's I want on 1 DVD-R. The three extra's al fit together on one DVD-R. But how do burn them?
     
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    Use DVD Shrink to identify and rip the extras files you want from each disc. Then drag all of the files into Nero using the DVD Video or DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO) option and burn. Do not burn in multisession.
     
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    They will need to be enclosed inside a VIDEO_TS folder for DVD ROM (UDF/ISO) burning
     
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    i am having a couple of problems with this as well... i have ripped a couple of things from 2 dvd's using dvdshrink that i would like to combine onto a single dvd (i have Nero as a burning tool). problem is that i am ending up with 2 sets of files with the same "names" (Vts_01_1.vob, Vts_02_1.vob, etc.) which, of course, Nero will not allow. can i rename these so that Nero does not think i am duplicating files, or will that confuse or mess up the "Video_ts" files??? anyway, any help would be appreciated. thanks in advance.
     
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    You can rename them but i doubt the VTS file will recognise the second set. Best thing is to run the VOB's of both in order through TMPGEnc DVD Author and then burn
     

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