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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jb177, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. jb177

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    how do i make
    and convert them so they are in a [bold]video_ts[/bold] file
     
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    jb177,
    You will have to explain in detail what you are doing or want done.
     
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    Also are the files you are wanting to do Mpeg-2 DVD Compliant files
     
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    i have some files on my computer that my brother downloaded they are various diferent types and i was wondering is it possible to put them on dvd with a customised menu thats playable on a dvd player my dvd player is an apex dvd player the files are as far as i can tell by the properties video clip, divx,mpeg video, avi video and thats all i can find at the minute
     
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    hi

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    oooooooooooooooooooooooooo as possible, may have to type abit, guessing isnt our strong piont here.....
     
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    hi

    for most files types and ease of use use divxtodvd, you can load more than 1 file and get 1 film output, what comes out are files of vob/bup/ifo which can be burned in nero, useing the tab button ADD-VIDEO, place all files in folder nero makes called VIDEO_TS = burn and that will get you a film that plays on auto! no menu! so if you need a simple menu use tmpgenc dvd author (all 1 film)

    nero vision express also makes menus and can takes alot of file types and make a menu / chapter pionts (more than 1 film)

    but tmpgenc dvd author can take 2 films in and make menu need to add twice...

    dvd author can also take mpeg2 dvd compliant files instaed of vob/bup/ifo....

     
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    how do you make a menu with nero
     
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    is it possible to burn more than one video_ts file to dvd using nero and for them to still play on a dvd player
     
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    and thanks car mike you have been a big help
     
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    " is it possible to burn more than one video_ts file to dvd using Nero and for them to still play on a dvd player



    As long as it is included in the original Menu that you create. After the complilation is done you can not add anymore to the DVD because it has been finalized. So get all of the small files you want to add to the DVD and do them at the same time
     
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    What are you thinking
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/180716

    All of your post's 3 that I have come across so far are on the same subject. Please keep your question's in one thread and you might want to take a quick look at the rules on AD. No double posting.

    I have tried to help you and basically said exactly the same things that are being said here again. I'm really not sure what you are trying to do by multiple posts?
     
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    sorry all for the doubled questions
     
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    I't OK you aren't the first and I am sure you won't be the last, but now you know better.. :)

    Did you try using the DivXtoDVD method? If so what was the outcome?
     
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    yes i did do that it converted them to video_ts files but i dont know how to burn it to dvd
     
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    If you have Nero you can check out the guide at my website that will show you how to put your movie on a disk.
     

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