Help burning files to DVD (.ifo, .bup, .vob) ?

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  1. BCEE

    BCEE Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I recently downloaded the Panda Bear tour DVD from here:http://eattapes.com/Panda/Order.html, and I chose the option that included the menu's and extras, etc, instead of the .mpg version. All I want to do is get these files onto a DVD that will play in a standard DVD player. The director of the DVD couldn't provide any info, so I decided to ask here because I frequent this site a lot for security related info.

    I'm using Windows Vista Home Premium.

    Can anyone help me out?

    Thanks,
    BC
     
  2. chrome_sturmen

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    Assuming that the files are ready to be burned (likely, I would think)
    try the following:

    Make a folder named VIDEO_TS <- just like that, and put all your downloaded files into it. Then make a folder names AUDIO_TS (leave it empty, it's just for compatibility)

    Burn these two folders to a dvd in data format, then go throw it in your player and see if it works- good luck ;)
     
  3. BCEE

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    Thanks for the reply, Chrome. I ended up installing "ImgBurn" and following directions from a different forum. I was able to burn the files to a DVD on the fly, took 10 minutes and I'm good to go. Awesome.
     
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    Glad you got it straight- imgburn? i use it myself sometimes- those instructions mustve called for you to make an iso file from your video files?
     
  5. BCEE

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    No they didn't actually. Just did it on the fly. Pretty cool.

    The directions were:


    Select Mode -> Build

    Select Output -> Device

    Select the VIDEO_TS folder you want to burn.

    Press the burn button.
     
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    so, your video files were already in a VIDEO_TS folder?
     
  7. BCEE

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    Yes they were.
     
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