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.TS FILES, HOW DO I BURN THEM TO A DVD?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by G-Dizzle, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. G-Dizzle

    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    How do I burn .ts blu ray files onto a dvd? Each of the 7 are the size of a normal dvd5.

    But nero wont do it, and neither will convertx2dvd.

    What do I do?
     
  2. PALToNTSC

    PALToNTSC Regular member

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    Hi G-Dizzle,

    I can't help you man with that, i still don't have much experience in HD and Blu-Ray and i'm not looking for it right now. All my equipements at home still standard, even my dvd-burner and all my programs.

    cyo
     
  3. G-Dizzle

    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    PALToNTSC, read the forum rules as it appears to me you are post padding. are you?
     
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    PALToNTSC Regular member

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    Hi ddp,

    what you mean by "post padding"?
    my english isn't that good, i'm a french guy.
     
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    g-dizzle if you want to put your ts.blu-ray files on a dvd you have to convert them to be dvd complyent
     
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  8. G-Dizzle

    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    Whenever I put the file into it it shuts down.
     
  9. G-Dizzle

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    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    Come on, someone some where has had to have this problem.
     
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    Otherwise pointless posting to increase rank which happens to be post based.
     
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    I usually just call geek squad.
     
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    We're ten times better and free ;-)
     
  14. G-Dizzle

    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    That remains to be seen Ripper, so far no one has even remotely helped me.
     
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    I'm not in to Blu Ray/HDTV editing/authoring, but you can try this...

    http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

    It supports HDTV .ts as an input, so might do Blu ray too.

    Try loading your blu ray .ts files in and then re-encoding to another format - bear in mind a SEVERE loss of quality is likely if you wish to fit 7x the amount of data on to one dvd.
     
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    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    Each of my .ts blu ray files are divided into 4.29 gig files. So I dont understand why there would be a quality loss.
     
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    Oh I see, you want them on seperate dvds? I misunderstood. I thought you wanted 7 dvd-5s to fit one a single one!

    :)

    Anyway, try re-encoding them - I don't know if SUPER will output .vob files etc, but it may do.

    Worth a shot - best I've got on it atm anyway.

     
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    G-Dizzle Regular member

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    I have tried converx2dvd, ashampoo, nero, you name it.
     
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    Incase you haven't noticed, I'm suggesting SUPER - have you tried that?
     
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    Ya, Im dloading right now., but the speed from that site is tortoise slow.
     

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