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How Burn Vob FIles IFO Files

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  1. CrazyCrep

    CrazyCrep Member

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    Hello I'm kidda new to all this and i have a question I'm trying to burn this file to a dvd -or+ i have 9 vob files 3 ifo and two bup files in a video_Ts folder my question is how can i burn that to a DVD and make it work right? with the chapters and everything? Can I just burn it using Nero by doing it as a data disc?

    Thanks
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi CrazyCrep
    You can use burning rom or express and add the video_ts folder. Use the DVD-Video option.

    If the size is more then 4.38 gig & you're using a single layer disc you'll need to open the files in Nero Recode to compress and burn to a single layer disc.
     
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    hey thanks for the reply do you know where i can find the DVD-Video option? i couldnt find it.

    I'm burning a copy right now. what i did it picked dvd on the top and then i selected to burn a data disc and started to burn.

    The Disc size is 4.33Gb
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    The data dvd option - may not be playable or play right but check it out - may be fine on your player.

    Here's 2 pics from Nero 6 (Nero 7 is very similar). 1st is from Burning Rom - 2nd is from Express.

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    Hey thanks for this I Have Nero Express so that guide helped me I'll try it out as soon as my other disc is done buring it takes awhile i guess since it's a usb hookup burner. But when i select the Dvd-files it said i needed "nerovision" do you know what that is?
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hmmm the burning taking awhile - using a 1.1 usb port by chance? That would take longer.
    Using a 2.0 usb port is better if you have one - most newer pc & laptops have them.

    About Vision - do you mean the 'blurb' in nero when you highlight dvd-video that says something like you must an authoring tool like vision? If it's just that blurb you're okay - you can still use the dvd video option to burn dvd video files you ripped to your hard drive.

     
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    Hey Thank you for all your help

    Yea I'm useing a 2.o takes about a 1Hr 30Mins and another hour for the date stuff :( But i just started it and it's 4% done I'll make sure i let you know how it turns out

    and again thank you for all your help
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    You're welcome CrazyCrep

    That's a long time using a 2.0 hub - after this one is done - another 2.0 port you can try?

    What's the date stuff that takes an hours?

    Do a disc defrag on the hard drive too - good to do on a regular basis.

    What are the specs specs - can just give processor and memory.

    Def. keep us posted on how it comes out too.
     
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    did this fix your problem? i have the same situation, when i burn my discs though, they pause at each frame
     
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    yep this worked great it worked on my standalone dvd player it was easy and everything big propz for binkie7
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    You're welcome CrazyCrep

    Happy Burning!
     
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    For anyone else who has this problem,who hasnt got nero
    another way is to use folder2iso to convert it to a image
     

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