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Old September 21, 2009, 09:41 AM
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Hey guys, I just start to download movie with a larger size, dropped off the 600mb quality and jump to more. But most of these movie are coming in this form Video-TS and Audi-TS. I know that with media player classic I can open them but how to burn them to a DVD? The same problem is also when trying to back up my collection of old DVD on new DVD, my computer rip them with TS folder and then can't ship to a new disk. Help me HWC.

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Old September 21, 2009, 10:21 AM
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Hey guys, I just start to download movie with a larger size, dropped off the 600mb quality and jump to more. But most of these movie are coming in this form Video-TS and Audi-TS. I know that with media player classic I can open them but how to burn them to a DVD? The same problem is also when trying to back up my collection of old DVD on new DVD, my computer rip them with TS folder and then can't ship to a new disk. Help me HWC.

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AUDIO_TS isn't really needed
VIDEO_TS just use ImgBurn (The Official ImgBurn Website) and choose build and then drop the VIDEO_TS into the window.
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Old September 21, 2009, 10:24 AM
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nero works fine
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IMGBurn is free, and works great.. I use it too.

If these are DVDs you have, they should most probably be 4.36gb in size.. Unless they are VCD, which are less in size. As enaberif said, the Audio_TS folder is not needed, just burn the Video_TS folder. You could do as he said, or go to Mode>Ez-Mode Picker, and choose Write files/folders to disc, and then just browse the location of the Video_TS folder, one thing when you're burning, do start burning at 4x or 8x, I found 16x doesn't burn properly.

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+1 ImgBurn....burn at the slowest speed you can tolerate for best results.
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Old September 21, 2009, 06:03 PM
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that's why it's called a custom install
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Thx guys I have try IMG burn and...it work:)seriously guy, you always have the word:)

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Incase you'd like some others to test for yourself there are a couple I know of that haven't been posted.
DVD Decrypter - Nice Program for backing up your DVD movies
DVD-Shrink - Great program for backing up your DVD-9 movies on DVD-5
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+1 to safearus for the alternative's ( options are always good ) Imgburn is dvd decrypter winavi can burn too
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