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The Nero I have won't burn to a DVDR disc

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by pezz737, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. pezz737

    pezz737 Member

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    I used some appropriate software to rip my dvd to mpeg format so I could create a vcd but Nero won't burn to dvdr it says that it can not burn to this type of disc. So I installed the mpeg2 plugin same message is received when I try to burn what can I do to get nero to burn to a dvdr disc. I'm using version 6.6.0.8 because it's the only version I've been able to find that's compatible with xp pro. Please help thnx.
     
  2. npdyna

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    I don't think you can burn a VCD to a DVD-R, you can only do them onto CD-R, but i'm not 100% sure. Are you trying to put more than one movie onto a DVD-R? If you are just trying to put one movie onto the DVD-R why not just rip the original with dvddecrypter rather than encoding it to MPEG2.
     
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    by the sounds of it you want to burn a vcd on a dvd and this cant be done because a vcd is made to go on to a cd hence vCD. you need to convert them to dvd files before you can burn to dvd
     
  4. EVILZED

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    if you got your nero with a cd or dvd drive then youll have to buy the actual nero alone
     
  5. npdyna

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    If you want to fit multiple movies on one disc then you have to do that, but if you just want a copy of a dvd then something like dvd decrypter will save you encoding then recoding the files.

    .vob to .mpeg then converted back to .vob (with tmpeg?) is a major hassle if its just for one movie, compared to just ripping the dvd files with decypter, but if you are going for 2 or 3 movies on one disc then the above post is the way to go, by recoding from the mpeg to dvd files.

     

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