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Old 14 Apr 2005, 08:31 AM   #1
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I ripped a DVD to my hard drive. I have the video_ts.bup and IFO files plus 4 of vts_01.vob up to 4 and 4 bup's and 4 IFO's.

I would like to burn 2 of these vob's to a dvd. How do I go about to do this?
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Old 14 Apr 2005, 08:37 AM   #2
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1. You could simply use your buring program to burn them to any folder on a DVD. These will, however, not play as a regular DVD, but you can double click them and they should play in your software player as individual VOBs.

2. You could also create a new folder and create 2 sub-folders, VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS. Put all the IFOs and BUPs and your 2 VOBs in the VIDEO_TS sub-folder. You would also need VIDEO_TS.VOB, if there is one (you will need to rip this, too). Oh yes, make sure the VOBs are no bigger than 1,048,574Kb. This will play about half of your project (the 2 files) and will end rather abruptly, possibly mid-sentence.

Now open any IFO in IfoEdit and press Get VTS Sectors. This will save the sector information correctly.

To burn, use Nero say, selecting file structure UDF/ISO (make sure filetype for UDF is 1.02). Drag the 2 subfolders over and away you go.

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Old 14 Apr 2005, 10:41 AM   #3
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As an alternative to the suggestions made by "blutach", you can use "TMPGEnc DVD Author" to EASILY create a ready-to-burn DVD "package".

You can download a FULLY functional, 30 day free trial version of this commercial software from:

www.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/tda.html

Let us know of your success ;>}
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Old 14 Apr 2005, 12:29 PM   #4
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I would take the two vob files you want and copy them to a different empty folder. Use Ifoedit to make the new BUP and IFO file/s. You can then author for extras or just burn the output from IFOedit.
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If you seek to have more "Robust" features in an authoring application, give "DVD Lab" a try.
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What is the process to make the new BUP and IFO file/s with Ifoedit ?
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go to www.ifoedit.com
click on the guides tab
you will find a detailed guide
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