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Trouble After Writing a DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by narutard, Jan 13, 2005.

  1. narutard

    narutard Member

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    Hi All,
    Im Narutard and a newbie in this forum and a newbie to Dvd burning too.
    I have read the avi/divx to dvd guide.
    I follow the step of convert,author and burning process with ;
    TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 to convert my Bleach.avi (size 175 mb)(duration: 0:23:14)(Video=XVID Codec MPEG-4)(Audio=MPEG Layer-3) into m2v files and mp2 files(size 645 mb + 63.8 mb).
    THen i author both the files with IFOEd v 0.971 into VOB files.Result i got VIDEO_TS.BUP,VIDEO_TS.IFO,VTS_01_0.BUP,VTS_01_0.IFO,VTS_01_1.VOB into the folder i want.(size of all is 725 mb)
    Lastly i burn all 5 vob files with Nero burning rom into a Memorex DVD+R(8X/ 4.7gb/120 mins)
    All of the step comes out fine and no error report.
    Still the dvd disc wont play with my Plextor PX-716UF and my Sony Dvd Player DVP NS-315.And it's freeze while i put it into Plextor.
    Need some help and enlightment here pls.

    NooBishly,Narutard.
     
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  2. narutard

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    Intel Pentium 4 1.8 GHz
    640 mb of Ram
     
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    Thank you bbmayo.
     
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    No problem :)
    Did it help you out?
     

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