((I posted this in the wrong forum earlier today, sorry!)) Hey, folks, Thanks for your help in advance; I tried searching through various posts to see if anyone had encountered a problem like mine, but I wasn't able to find anything. I've used DVDShrink to create ISOs of some DVDs I have. That part of the process was fairly simple after using a guide I found on the internet. When I mount the ISO image using Daemon tools, it works exactly as if I had inserted a DVD into the actual optical drive. So, feeling like I'm a 99th level haxxor god, I presume that I can just burn the ISO onto a DVD. To do this, I try using Brasero, but it doesn't work. If I try to play it like a DVD, it simply goes to a black screen and doesn't play (even though Windows automatically tries to play the file as if it were a DVD). When I open the DVD through My Computer, I see two folders: "AUDIO_TS" and "VIDEO_TS." What's annoying is that the actual video/movie can be found as a VOB file in the "VIDEO_TS" folder. Figuring that this was some weird fluke with Brasero, I tried downloading K3b in order to burn the ISO to a DVD. No luck; the exact same thing happened. Anyone have an idea of what is going on? It looks like other folks on the forum have taken a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS file and used Imgburn (or something?) to create DVDs, but I was hoping to just be able to burn the ISO and keep the original DVD menu structure, etc. Again, thanks for your help! Sorry if this is a totally dumb question.