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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. Ripper

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    Well it accepted the file, thats a plus, do u have any idea what settings I should have
     
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    Well, firstly, select "vob (.TS/.M2T to .vob)" in "output container".

    Then, there are a few options to chose from - pretty self explanatory.
    I'd select a full video/audio encode (bottom two options) and then PAL or NTSC dependant on where you live (PAL = UK, NTSC = USA).

    :)
     
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    I dont think it worked, it made a copy of the original file and then a .vob one that only came out to 10 mbs.
     
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    Try messing around with the settings then - I have a feeling this is going to be your best bet.

    Try setting the output to MPEG - then you can always re-encode that to .vob if it works.
     
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    I tryed mpegII, it didnt work, the output file was even less then before.
     
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    at 11mb mark, an error pops up.

    FFMPEG.EXE ENCOUNTERE A PROBLEM AND NEEDS TO CLOSE.
     
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    Meh, I'm clueless then - as I said before, I don't work with Blu Ray or HDTV files at all.

    Call geek squad, heh.

    Sorry.
     
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    convertxtodvd will work with the files, and after you are done with convertxtodvd run the output with dvd shrink
     
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    I tried it, it freezes at 21%
     
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    what is your system specs plus free storage space of your hard drive?
     
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    I have a p4
    120 gig hd
    1gig of ram
     
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    how much of the 120 gig is empty? what make of dvd disks are you using?
     
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    40 gig free, but it is heavily fragmented, I plan on restoring, but I wanted to burn these files first.

    As for the disks, it doesnt matter, I cant even get the files encoded to put them on the disc.
     
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    I just got a new computer and it wont even play the files, wtf is the deal.

    320 gig hd and 2gig of ram
     
  17. deadlove

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    That sounds like you need the right codecs/players..

    VLC is reported to play .TS files straight.

    Now I'm going to do a little guessing as blu-ray and hd-dvd are both a long way in the future for me...

    I have a feeling that once you copy the .TS files to your pc they will be the same as from certain tv hdd recorders (same file extension)..

    If so then maybe this link will point you in the right direction. http://www.sat-industry.net/forums/archive/index.php/t-17043.html

    Now I'm a little strange.. I would be more likely to try using this method http://wesleytech.com/backupbluray-guide/83/ to get the files first... and then as they seem to be mpeg2 I would set avi:demux on them to make standard avi files of a nice size to attack with convertx. Once in avi format I know how to join and split them to get a nice sensible break point (large scene change or whatever)

    I really hope that helps some.. It took me ages to hunt down that info... Nowhere does there seem to be any straight info on your project
     
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    try this:
    Step 1: Download pvastrumento or ProjectX, install them.
    Step 2: Convert the .ts files into Mpegs.
    Step 3: Use a normal program to burn the onto a disk, Nero should work.
     

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