.vob .bup .ifo burning with nero 6.6

10-04-2005 10:53 PM
dewbie

Ok so I downloaded Terminator 3 the other day and it came seperated into the two standard folders: VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS. I read the exact instructions given with the version of Nero that I have on how to burn a DVD. I just transfered all the .vob .bup and .ifo files into the VIDEO_TS folder in the Nero DVD-Movie burning wizard leaving the AUDIO_TS empty as usual. After it finished burning it didn’t work in my DVD player which I bought 2 months ago. I have tried other videos like the original Terminator and I had the same problem. I’ve looked through many many threads and haven’t found the true answer to my problem. So I’m wondering if there is a setting that I have turned off that needs to be on or if I need to set certain regional codes to '1' for American standard. I’m clued out. Any help is greatly appreciated. reply

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10-04-2005 10:58 PM
rightx5

ya i have the exact same problem and i have been trying to figure it out for a while. help please. reply

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10-05-2005 12:42 AM
DVDburningNoob

I’m new at this but I think i understand the process:

I’ve been using cucusoft software to convert downloaded Southpark episode .avi files into the required DVD medial file format (MPEG)

Then I use a separate Cucusoft “authoring software” to convert the MPEG file into the required .vob files for burning onto a DVD.

However, when I use Nero to add the .vob files (i tried to add 3 separate .vob files so as not to waste the 4.3gb space on the DVD), when playing, although it shows all 3 episodes on the menu, each episode is the same as the first one; what am I doing wrong.

I tried deleting each .VOB file after authoring & adding into Nero thinking that the original .VOB file was not being replaced.

I tried changing the names of the .vob file thinking the original file name was confusing the Nero software but still can’t burn more than 1 episode onto a DVD.

In summary, I would like to burn at least 3-4 Southpark episodes onto one DVD but can’t seem avoid have 4 of the same copies of one episode even though I’m authoriing/creating separate .vob files for each different episode.

What am i doing wrong? reply

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10-08-2005 12:58 AM
Spin

I use NERO all of the time to backup my DVDs


In NERO, there is a “DVD-Video” option that you select.

Then drag all of the VOB files (and the other files too) into the Video_TS folder.

IT SHOULD WORK!

I find that cheap DVDs, DVD+R discs and certain DVD players are causes of burned DVDs not playing.


I always burn slower than the specified disk speed. Using DATA verification can’t hurt either. reply

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12-14-2005 05:51 AM
Bigbelly

i did that and now i have the same stuff on the CD. how can i view the movie :p reply

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12-14-2005 02:32 PM
binoypv

to write video dvd like vcd you should have nero mpeg2 codec installed.after that ou can burn video dvd from vob files. reply

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12-15-2005 06:21 AM
Butters

to burn multiple episodes onto one DVD you need to:

create separate folders; name them what you want (e.g. VOB1, VOB2, VOB3, VOB4).

When creating your VOB files from each episode, your software will have a default folder where the VOB file will be created. Before creating the next VOB file from the next episode, you need to go to this default folder and relocate the VOB file into the new folders that you just created. If you don’t the VOB file that is being created will just replace the previous VOB file that was in the “default” folder reply

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12-16-2005 02:39 AM
Dewbie

Thanks Spin. Ya as it turns out I was always burning it the right way but it was the DVD’s that were the problem. I was using Dynex and they never worked. They suck! Once I changed to either memorex or maxell it worked. Thanks for the tip and for others out there, remember that Dynex is premium trash! reply

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04-17-2007 11:27 AM
ravikantvns
1 posts

i have sony Dvd player and i want to coonvert .dat file to dvd video file format with AUDIO_TS AND VIDEO_TS(IFO,VOB,BUP)

Can anyone help me out how to burn directly to desired format OR convet and then burn to the DVD.

Pls help reply

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04-26-2007 05:30 AM
Chachachachachi

How about .srt file ( Subtile ) ?? Can Nero support merging it to .ts file and burning onto DVD???? If not, what can i do? Please help??? reply

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05-09-2007 06:56 AM
Cadeyrn

Chachi: For subtitles and nero, you need to hardcode them to the movie with a program like VirtualDub. (as far as i know.)

Ravik: All you need to do is to open/extract/burn (whichever) that with PowerISO. PowerISO uses .dat/.daa files.

Remember it is not illegal to share, but it is illegal to share copyrights. To which I say “Sharing is caring, so let us care enough to share." damn commies. reply

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05-20-2007 11:34 AM
DILZY

So ok, I am about to attempt the same thing.
My usual prosses is to drop multiple avi’s into nero express and it makes a nice menu, and converts to dvd for me. but with one particular series of shows the sound is out of sync, so i used winavi to convert the episodes to VOB,IFO,BOP, there in folders like (e01,e02) each with its own vob,ifo,bup, etc. now i want to burn thease to a dvd (3 episodes on each disc).
can i just drop all the different folder containing the files onto a disc in ISO mode on nero?
If not what is the correct prosses from here???
thankyou
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06-14-2007 05:50 PM
defusion

DILZY wrote:
So ok, I am about to attempt the same thing.
My usual prosses is to drop multiple avi’s into nero express and it makes a nice menu, and converts to dvd for me. but with one particular series of shows the sound is out of sync, so i used winavi to convert the episodes to VOB,IFO,BOP, there in folders like (e01,e02) each with its own vob,ifo,bup, etc. now i want to burn thease to a dvd (3 episodes on each disc).
can i just drop all the different folder containing the files onto a disc in ISO mode on nero?
If not what is the correct prosses from here???
thankyou
Dilzy

i need help with this also, anyone? reply

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06-28-2007 01:04 PM
sillybilly

will this play on a stand alone dvd player????? reply

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07-04-2007 09:09 AM
Mattj123

You should burn “Dvd video files”
second if your using a computer check to see if you have the right codec if not download k-lite
and third sometimes the older dvds that are posted aren’t really that liable reply

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11-26-2007 10:35 AM
Miranda

Here is MY problem.. and if anyone knows how to help.. PLEASE PLEASE, I beg you, PLEASE let me know!
I have a Sony camcorder with 30 min. long mini DVD’s. So, if I have something that lasts an hour long I have to use 2 disc’s.. therefore, when I add these files to my computer, I have two separate files which are in the same formats (IFO, VOB, BUP). Now, when I add one video file to my computer, it’s all in a single folder called video_ts, and within that folder are 6 smaller folders (IFO, VOB, BUP)(So, for hour long video’s (2 separate files) there are 12 smaller folders). My trouble is, if something lasts an hour, naturally I want both files burnt onto the same DVD, but I can’t figure out how to do that. I don’t know if I am supposed to convert them, or if there is something else I need to do. Now, I’ve tried before, and it’s come up saying that I already have a file _VOB, etc. Meaning I can’t have more than one.... I don’t know. BUT.. point is.. I’ve had this thing for a year now, and still haven’t burnt last year’s Christmas files onto the same DVD. So, if anyone knows what to do, please let me know. (If I haven’t confused anyone). You can email me at MirandaD06@aol.com , if you’d like. Thank you soooo much! reply

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11-26-2007 08:49 PM
carlosmartinez1
1 posts

This is my problem.
I got a History channel DVD with english audio. i wanted to have spanish audio. i was able to find a WMV version of the dvd in spanish , but with poor video quality. I decoded the audio from the wmv files and got audio mp3, and wma files. What i am looking for is a utility that allows me to recode the DVD video files with the spanish auido files i got from the wmv version. Please Help !! reply

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