How to burn VOB, INFO, BUP using NERO

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Hello

I have downloaded movies (that were originally copied from a DVD CD), and the files are of VOB, INFO, BUP extension included in a VIDEO_TS folder. I need to burn them into a DVD CD. NOW, tried lots of methods but I didn’t not work, so I need some answers to a ccouple of questions here:

1-Does it make difference wether the DVD is -R or + R or anything else?

2-Can these files work on a normal CD or should it be a DVD CD?

3-How can I burn it in NERO??

4-Will any DVD player be able to play it? I have LG DVD Video

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Thanks a lot in advance reply

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05-09-2006 12:01 PM
rav4
8 posts

1. it may do, does your DVD buner burn to + or - discs?, does your dvd player player + or - discs ?

if your burner burns to both and your player plays both then use either, i prefer -

2. use a DVD disc

3. i dont use nero for burning DVD video

4. most will play, no guarantee that all will play it, use quality media reply

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05-09-2006 09:13 PM
Tama
97 posts

hello mate use dvd shrink to burn them files you have it’s free to download just google it goodluck mate reply

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05-10-2006 07:50 PM
tryhelpya
94 posts

dvdshrink dosnt burn

it uses nero or dvddecrypter or imgburn to burn.

heres a guide i found that shows you how to burn a dvd video using nero http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/40/59/ reply

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05-10-2006 09:14 PM
Tama
97 posts

Tama & Tryhelpya
Thanks both of you for the help and suggestions

I used that link and followed all the steps exactly, however, when I hit 'burn', I get this error message:

DVD-Video files compliance test failed. The resulting DVD-Video might be unplayable. Do you want to continue?

NOTE:I tried it both in Nero 6, exactly the same one used in the link, and verion 7 as well, with the same error message.

What does that mean, and does anyone know how to solve it? Any help will highly be appreciated.

Thanks reply

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05-12-2006 03:19 PM
rav4
8 posts

did you just continue it

i would just try and continue with the burn reply

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05-12-2006 08:39 PM
Tama
97 posts

Hello Tama
I continued the burning, but when I try it the dvd player, it keeps on showing me 'disk loading' however forever, it does not work.

I’ll be grateful if you can help me more, thanks a lot for the help you already gave me reply

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05-16-2006 08:42 AM
rav4
8 posts

http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/40/59/ reply

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05-16-2006 10:46 AM
Marcus Aurelius

http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/40/59/ reply

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05-16-2006 10:49 AM
Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius
Thanks for the reply
I already used this link, however, when I play the CD on dvd player, it keeps on giving me 'loading disc' screen forever..
Any help? reply

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05-17-2006 12:03 AM
rav4
8 posts

Before you start anything check your tv system on whatever video converter you use. After that play your file or video ts folder and check if you have picture and sound. Only after that start burning the video ts but even on Nero you have to check your setting for tv format. Pal is about 25 FPS frame per second NTSC for North America is about 29.97FPS and burning in a wrong tv format is going to give you or black and white picture or rolling picture. After burning try to play your dvd on pc and if works ok check your standalone dvd player if is working PAl/Secam/NTSC if not might be one system only.To check your dvd after burning you may use a lot of tools like VSO Inspector or DVD Info Pro and if your burning software won’t work properly use a different one like VSO Copy to DVD or something you have. Nero 7 gave me a lot of problems and I have to reinstall it in order to make it working. Also Google for ASPI and check and install them if something is not very new like 4.71 or so. The last is check your burner compatibility on the manufacturer’s site for DVDR’s or a newer firmware for your burner. Good Luck. reply

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05-17-2006 12:25 AM
Marcus Aurelius

DVD-Video compliance test failed
This can occur in Nero when Nero recognizes an illegally ripped DVD. There is info at the Nero site.

However, I continued to burn the disc, and, despite listing the errors (which are a difference between the menu backup and the original.. whatever.) it works perfectly!!
I burned three DVD-9 exact copies and all played on my DVD player as if they where the original DVD.
With CSS free you can just COPY the DVD-9 (dual layer) and don’t even need to rip files. Obviously with DVD-5 you need to edit this. I highly recommend the latest Nero Recode. reply

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05-19-2006 10:28 PM
photonboy

Hello everyone Marcus and Phonton

It seems to me a complicated problem, and there is a lot of things that I do not understand,
Anyway, i’ll search about the bits that I didn’t understand using search engines and i’ll try again and I’ll be back soon to tell you what happened. so, wait 4 me..& thanks a lot. reply

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05-22-2006 10:09 AM
rav4
8 posts

DISC NOT RECOGNIZED

This problem is not necessarily anything to do with the DVD content. Many older DVD players won’t recognize certain DVD or CD burnable discs. I have one downstairs that I purchased four years ago, yet my disc plays in my other newer player.

Try the disc in your computer first. If it plays like a normal DVD then the content is fine and it’s a problem recognizing the burnable disc. The disc will probably play in other DVD players (especially newer ones).

If you have a large collection of DVD’s that you have made that you wish to play on your DVD player and it doesn’t work, try taking one or more of these discs and trying them on a new player BEFORE you buy it. You may wish to borrow a disc or two from a friend to see if a different brand will work in your current DVD player.

A note about switching DVD media:
Not all DVD media burn properly in DVD burners. For example, I purchased an LG-4167B dual-layer burner and it would not burn to Philips 16x DVD+R. I contacted them and they said the Philips was not recommended. They recommended Verbatim, Maxell TDK or the expensive Japanese version (long name). I did some research and found the best deal to be Verbatim. I even looked at error graphs.

So you need to find out what discs will play in your DVD player AND what discs are best burned by your DVD burner then choose the best match. reply

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05-24-2006 01:13 PM
photonboy

DVD+R or DVD-R (and choosing a DVD player)

Choose DVD+R, it is superior although not by much; you are not likely to have problems with either if you choose quality, COMPATIBLE (contact manufacturer of dvd burner) media, a good burner and have a good power supply. Once a DVD is finalized it does NOT matter whether it is + or -. You can find out more information at Wikipedia. These were competing formats and most burners burn both and as I said, playback doesn’t care about which format burned the holes in the media.

Choosing a DVD burner:
There are many DVD burners to choose from. The easiest way to choose is go to Amazon.com, look up your model and read comments. Futureshop and similar stores have good deals and often free shipping. I will just quickly tell you about the DVD burner I’m currently looking for and provide some basic links. I play Divx/xvid files and have DVD’s that are in NTSC (North American) and PAL (Europe). I also now play High Definition Divx/xvid files.
So I’m looking for a player that plays NTSC, PAL, Divx, Xvid in High Definition with an HDMI output. Upconverting is also an issue. I have a good Sony 32” XBR so I don’t want upconverting. Some HDTV’s do NOT have upconverting, meaning that if the DVD is NOT an upconverting one the format won’t be recognized. If your TV plays 480p, 720p and 1080i/p then ALL DVD players will work.

So you need to find out about compatibility with your TV/HDTV, quality of product, quality of picture and file formats that it plays. My current player cost me $80 CDN (on sale) and is the LG LDA-530. Well worth the money! If you don’t want Divx then your options increase. Don’t buy a super cheap player. Read reviews. Do some research. Test your burned Discs before buying if possible.

High Definition is confusing. Use Wikipedia to read up on Blu-Ray and HD-DVD. The cheaper discs that discuss upconverting and HD Divx have nothing to do with these newer High-Def solutions. HD Divx is a compressed movie format taken from high definition sources such as cable, satellite and Blu-Ray or HD-DVD. Don’t buy an HD-DVD or Blu-Ray player yet. (my research indicates Blu-Ray will win the format war)
If talked enough and this is slightly off topic. Start with Wikipedia, read Amazon comments. reply

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05-24-2006 01:38 PM
photonboy

phontony
I am really happy because you gave me some more clear points..

Actually the dvd plays OK on the PC, so, its problem with the dvd playe

& about the media, I’ll switch to a new one and I’ll tell you what happens...

and about the dvd burner, its COMPACT DVD ReWritable, it was highly recommened by the retailer who sold us the PC...and the DVD player is not an old one, its new LG and good-priced,

anyway, I’ll follow your recommendation, i’ll change media, test it on another dvd player and i’ll see what happens,, and thanks a lot for your advice, really lots of thanks reply

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05-24-2006 04:04 PM
rav4
8 posts

OOoops! DVD+ and DVD- compatibility

I said that + and - was the same after being burned and this is just not true. Sorry. DVD players will read DVD+R, DVD-R or both. Even today you can buy a DVD player that won’t read DVD+R media. Having said that, even some players that don’t state a certain format may still play it. And even then, discs vary from non-playable to barely detectable to perfectly compatible. Sheeesh!

I’ve noticed that I’ve really varied from the post, but it appears dead. I just needed to fix my big mistake. reply

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06-24-2006 03:54 PM
photonboy

Hello

I have downloaded movies (that were originally copied from a DVD CD), and the files are of VOB, INFO, BUP extension included in a VIDEO_TS folder. I need to burn them into a DVD CD. NOW, tried lots of methods but I didn’t not work, so I need some answers to a ccouple of questions here:

1-Does it make difference wether the DVD is -R or + R or anything else?

2-Can these files work on a normal CD or should it be a DVD CD?

3-How can I burn it in NERO??

4-Will any DVD player be able to play it? I have LG DVD Video

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Thanks a lot in advance reply

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12-14-2006 10:45 AM
ramuchowdary
1 posts

Ramuchowdary,

1-Does it make difference wether the DVD is -R or + R or anything else?

Yes, see my post above 24 Jun 2006. I use Verbatim 16x DVD+R. LG recommends 4 main brands one of which is Verbatim.

2-Can these files work on a normal CD or should it be a DVD CD?
A DVD-Video is always originally created on a dual-layer DVD disc. Less than 5% can fit on a single-layer disc. Since single-layer discs are much cheaper, many people back up by compressing using a software program first (DVD Rebuilder Pro, DVD Shrink, Nero Recode etc) so that the files fit onto the single layer disc. Usually, extra features and unnecessary language tracks are also removed.

A single layer disc holds about six times the data of a CD and costs less so a CD should only be used for creating audio for CD players or for certain files that are created to backup specifically to CD (such as a Linux Live disc).

3-How can I burn it in NERO??
Nero Burning ROM->DVD-Video
(any burning program can also just burn to DVD as “DATA” provided the main folder is the “Video_TS” one.)

4-Will any DVD player be able to play it? I have LG DVD Video
No. Standalone DVD players and computer DVD players are all different. You can find this info from your manual, going online or for computer, using the Nero “Infotool." Note again that a standalone DVD player may play a DVD+R even if it doesn’t say it can. Also, I have an LG Dual-layer burner but it won’t read the dual-layer Ridata discs I burned with my previous Lite-On (which my dad has and I confirmed works). reply

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12-14-2006 08:15 PM
photonboy

Can someone tell me how to burn movies into a dvd-r? my movies are in my hard drive that i downloaded from the internet.i have nero 7, dvd shrink, and dvd decrypter but i have no clue which one to use. they are mostly “avi” files and “xvid”(i’m not sure what that is). reply

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12-23-2006 07:32 PM
sweetgreuy

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