Burning .VOB Files (Without any of the .IFO or .BUP files)

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Simon444 wrote:
Here is the solution to having VOB files without the accompanying IFO, BUP files. Or, if you have damaged IFO or BUP files.

1) Download IFOEDIT. It is a tiny appliction and is free

2) Run IFOEDIT and click on the button at the bottom that says Create IFOs.

3) Select the 1st VOB file in the series that you have saved

4) Click OK

5) It will take a little while depending on the speed of your system, however, it will analyze all of the VOB files in your directory and create the necessary IFO and BUP files.

6) You can now burn your DVDs the regular way.

Simon444, you’re a genius. You saved me lots of time! reply

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thanks Simon444, works perfectly! reply

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Hello, I am not able to see dvd of movie on my pc some query ask like bup files are missing what to done? reply

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IfOnly wrote:
Ensure you name the files correctly, this error popped up when I udsed them, so I renamed the first file “VTS_01_1.VOB”, then VTS_01_2.VOB etc. The IFOs should generate after that.

This was the answer i was looking for. Thanks IfOnly! :) reply

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Thx Simon444, and how about multi vob file? reply

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Alternate solution

Super DVD Creator 9 will burn any single or multiple .VOB file(s). reply

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Well, I ran into the same problem and found this site gave the right solution.
I had a video that was just the .vob file and was getting the “Could not find any VOB unit in VOB file(s)" error with IfoEdit. I did what IfOnly did and just renamed the file to VTS_01_1.VOB and now it works. reply

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I am still having a hell of a time with super and not ifoedit, trying to follow mentioned whats above.

So far on my software testing the easiest software to use for this:
(freeware) DVD Flick
http://www.dvdflick.net/index.php
(shareware) ConvertXtoDVD
http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/ reply

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Problem 1 : I have some VOB files which are VTS_01_1.VOB, VTS_02_1.VOB, VTS_03_1.VOB....etc. These are all different movies and not parts of a single movie. When I used IFOEdit for each of these VOBs separately it created IFO and BUP files for each VOBs. But every time the earlier generated two files (could not remember the names but they are TS files) are getting overwritten.
I believe if I burn the DVD now I will probably can not create menu out of that as the main TS files might probably contain the last VOB information rather than all of the VOBs.

Problem 2 : Is there any option to create Menus for such DVD which can be operated by remote in my DVD player? reply

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Hi,
I created a .VOB file using SUPER and had the same question: how to create a DVD when you don’t have .IFO and .BUP files.

If all you want to do is to create a DVD from the single .VOB file, apparently you don’t need .IFO and .BUP files.

The SUPER FAQ explains it all:

http://www.erightsoft.com/faqt.html#Q032

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Hi, been on the pc for nearly 48 hours! Wasted approx 15 DVDs... but got there in the end.
I downloaded DVDFlick (free download).
1. Add titles (ie your VOB files which are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, etc) but leave all the other crap (Bups, Ifos, and the un-numbered VOBs). When locating files, you may need to change " files of type” to “All files” to view the Vobs. Select all these large vobs. They will load on the main screen.
2. Go to Project Settings (at top), under the General Tab, give your film a title, check your dvd setting is correct, set Encoder to normal. Under the video tab, make sure PAL is selected (for UK). Under Burning tab, tick “Burn project to disk”. Reduce writing speed to 2x. Works best but takes yonks! Click Accept
3. Go to Menu Settings (at top), select a present menu screen, tick box “Enable Menu”. Click Accept
4.Look at Right Hand side of your screen, yellow bar indicates percentage of space required on disk. Usually OK with normal sized movies.
5. Click “Create DVd” at top. click yes to any following message.
6. Sit back, make a cup of tea... will take about an hour!
BUT IT WORKS!!! reply

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Simon444 wrote:
Here is the solution to having VOB files without the accompanying IFO, BUP files. Or, if you have damaged IFO or BUP files.

1) Download IFOEDIT. It is a tiny appliction and is free

2) Run IFOEDIT and click on the button at the bottom that says Create IFOs.

3) Select the 1st VOB file in the series that you have saved

4) Click OK

5) It will take a little while depending on the speed of your system, however, it will analyze all of the VOB files in your directory and create the necessary IFO and BUP files.

6) You can now burn your DVDs the regular way.

Best FTW answer in terms of no bloatware and simple straight forward answering the OP’s question. Helped me too. Thanks. reply

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Try the KM Player...available via PandoraTV or Filehippo. It, so far, seems to play .VOB files directly without support of .IFO files. Pretty cool. Haven’t choked it yet with all sorts of video media. reply

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tanq for offer reply

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I have a movie that is in VOB format. I have tried to burn it to DVD using Roxio6. When I load up DVD Builder I am able to pull the file in to Roxio and preview the video and audio. I then go through the burn process. I get great video and no audio. What is the problem? Any help appreciated. reply

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Cozee wrote:
I have a document that describes how to burn a DVD from VOB files only. If you need more info, I will send you this document. Meanwhile, you need to download the following free programs: IfoEdit, VobEdit and ImgTool. Look for them on the internet. They can be found easily. I have not yet done it, so be prepared to test on your own. It looks quite easy.

here is the url to a great free site that taught me how to make the necessary additional files to burn a dvd, it then tells you how to burn them also, if needed: http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/68128-How-to-author-burn-a-DVD-from-VOB-trailers-files reply

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Mondo, hit me back at :tony20770@gmail.com - Found a great site that has all the tutorials you need, its called videohelp.com. Benn using it recently to do just what you are trying to do.. reply

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so to burn these sorts of files all you need is convertxtodvd, bring up a new window and go to the action tab, click burn an already converted project. Then select your source folder. thats it. reply

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ok ifoedit is to create .ifo and .buf files. it is very useful.

but my questions is why do create AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders.. reply

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it doesn’t work i changed the name but doesn' work reply

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