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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Syrios, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Syrios

    Syrios Member

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    I am trying to burn 4 VOB files to a dvd. I am using dvdcopy3, TDK+R 8x DVDs, and a sony dvd burner. When i burn the dvd it works fine on my computer, but when i insert it into my dvd player the image is very choppy and blinks in and out. I have burned dvds before and it has worked. Please help

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    At what speed are you burning the discs? Have you tied burning slower?
     
  3. Syrios

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    Im not sure what speed i burnt it at, but i have tried it at 2x before with the same results. The only thing i can think of is that the dvd started as a BIN and CUE file, which i used daemon tools to create a DAT file and finally Winavi video converter to produce my video_ts file with the VOB files. Is there anyway that somehow along the line of conversions something went wrong that would affect it on a dvd player?
     
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    Does anyone know if you can just burn the BIN and CUE files to create a DVD that is playable in a dvd player?
     
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    hi

    so really the bin file is an AVI ?

    ok use ultraiso to extrct the avi to your hard drive...

    then use DivxToDvd to make vob/bup/ifo and burn with nero say?

    but is the bin an AVI? otherwise if its dvd already just burn it with nero!
     
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    I dont not believe the file is an AVI...it would say .avi after the file name, right?
     
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    hi

    a bin file is like a wrapper! or like winzip or winrar its one file holding lots of files!

    ues ultraiso to look inside and extract it! then you will know

    dont worry about the cue file!
     
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    Alright...i extracted the files, and inside were 2 VCD files and 1 DAT file
     
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    Why do you think that the dvd plays perfectly on my computer but when i insert it into a dvd player its very choppy?
     

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