if you want to see a ts file use videolan on your computer.
and if you want to see it with your dvd player you must first transcode it with HDTVtoMPEG2 and use the mpeg2 file with a authoring software before your burn it like dvdlab
hey guys plz HELP ME, i copied a movie in my computer and i tried to burn it with nero 6 and in the end when i try it to play it, i couldn’t, and i wasted my only 3 expensive dvd blanks, im so mad i looked in so many pages and they ways didn’t worked and i don’t know how to do it.. plz i need to know for a future and i was so mad that i erase the stupid movie plz...
if you want to burn a ts file or convert and burn a video file use dvd santa. (google it i think its free or will do what you need anyway) its simple to use -
for a ts video file select “disk image or dvd folder to dvd” then navigate to folder containig the files you want burned
for conv and burning video files select “video files to dvd” then add media and go to the file you want.
First a video ts is a folder not a file and if you open it you’re going to see more files like ifo bup and vob where the vob is the image file for a dvd.To burn it some burning software like Clone DVD or Copy to DVD work with the entire video ts folder.Just point to it and is going to burn it.To play a vob file you may use any player like Win DVD or Power DVD or any player you like that play vob’s.If your file is just an avi in this situation HDTV come in Xvid format and in order to make a dvd have to be converted to dvd format with any video converter you have.Now the other question how to burn a dvd with Nero you may use only the vob file with Nero Vision and burn the dvd or you may open Nero Burning Room choose video dvd and load the entire video ts and burn it.Either way be sure you know your video system Pal for Europe and part of Asia NTSC for americans and set it.About format as 4:3 or 16:9 my advice is to set it on automatic.Forcing one to another you are going to see a streched movie.Here is a link to a how to put a bin file on a dvd,use only Nero screenshots for loading a video ts and burn it.http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/207083 also use the site for any question you may have.
I think hes talking about a .ts file not the normal VideoTS/AudioTs files you would get on a dvd movie.
BS Player will play you .ts files but if you want to burn then for a dvd player youll have to convert it to mpeg format as said above, useless you have one of the shiny new hdtv players
File System: you have to use UDF, No Bridge and turn off Validate or no file in excess of 4gb will work.
with easy cd creator
to burn a .TS HD video file
or anything large to play in HD format on an HTPC
i downloaded two .avi movie files and converted these to dvd format using winavi and now i have three video TS files; (dvd0, dvd1, dvd2). My burner nero will not let me put these all on the same disk as the file names are the same in each file. i changed the file names and the dvd tester came up with a message saying that dvd would not be playable. do i need a seperate dvd for each file???
Trying to put this tip out there for folks looking to deal with their .TS files from cable boxes. You can do everything you need in NeroVision Express 3. I started that, told it to start a new DVD movie, imported the .ts file (just as .ISO with Nero back in the day, it does not show .ts is the import filetype list, but if you enter * and load your ts file, it works!). If, like me, you had a 2 hour TS file that is normally too large for a DVD5, it will ask if you want to burn to a DVD9 (dual layer) or have it converted!
You can also create chapter points and I believe you could remove commercials just as easily (“easily” - it’s a bit time consumming). I tried using HDTVtoMPEG2 but it never did anything during the commercial scan (perhaps my crappy analog-over-firewire VH1 recording was too difficult for autodetection), and when I tried to make mpg’s with it, it would crash about 85% of the way through.
But the best part is, you don’t need that. In 1 step you can convert and burn “live” the TS to a DVD-RW, for example. It tooks about an hour 15 min to burn a 2 hour ts to DVD-RW. Woohoo!
Guys, very helpful suggestions. I have on simple question though. If I burn a 1080i HD movie, ts file on dvd (or only part of the movie, given the size is much more than 4.7 Gb), is there a way to keep the 1080i format or will the file be converted to pal/ntsc standard resolutions anyway?