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VOB to DVD-R

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by francis3, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. francis3

    francis3 Member

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    I have ripped VOB files to my hardisk, when i try to burn selected VOB files using Nero, I get a message saying the required VIDEO_TS.IFO and VIDEO_TS.BUP not present.How can I create these files? I have the DVD Workshop but it won't accept VOB files, so how can I go about without having to convert these VOB files to mpeg so I can author them in DVD Workshop?
     
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    All the files you need can be found on the original DVD.
     
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    yes all the files you need should be on the dvd.
    try selecting all files before you rip.
    for the people having problems with nero use instant cd/dvd 6.5.choose udf video,uncheck joliet and add your video_ts dir and a fake audio_ts.i was having a simular problem with nero only it said unexpected exception.
     
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    thank you guys, now what happened if i have ripped selected vob files and their .bup and .ifo files from several dvds and wish to burn all of them in one dvd-r?
    what i have done is rename those files in numerical order and drag all of them to the nero window, and still gets that message, do i need to create a new video_ts.ifo and video_ts.bup?
     
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    if you want to put more than one movie on a dvd-r,you will have re-encode using tmpgenc or rempeg2. hmm that is a good question though,i will try it later on today and burn with instant dvd instead of nero and see what happens.
     
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    thanks again viojack for your reply, the reason why i don't want to reencode those vob files back to mpeg is because those are karaoke files with two audio streams, that is the vocals and the non-vocals, and if i use dvd workshop to author those files(in mpeg), i can only insert one audio file to create those vob files again......i have no problem if i want to create a vcd, where i actually use cool edit to put the 2 audio files into one single wav file and finalise it using TMPGEnc b4 burning it with nero
     

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