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Old 30 Nov 2009, 05:40 AM   #1
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hi every one i have a simple question, i have a .ts file and i want to convert it so i can play it on my DVD player, but here is the thing i don't want to lose any QUALITY.i have xili soft video converter is that good?? and if not what should i use and what kind of file should i convert it to?

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There's a free download that does nothing else but convert .ts files to a VIDEO_TS folder.

HDTV2DVD
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AVStoDVD is another alternative
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so you r saying that .vob is the thing that i should convert my .ts files to so that there will be no quality lost in the process??
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if you want to play it on a dvd player then you will have to create DVD (vob) or possibly avi files and of course any conversion will decrease quality

otherwise use a blu-ray player and you should not need to fool around with any conversion
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so you r saying that .vob is the thing that i should convert my .ts files to so that there will be no quality lost in the process??
I would give the utility I posted a try just because it's designed for that specific purpose. If you downsize with AVStoDVD then I would look in the help to pick the correct filter for resizing to DVD format. Otherwise you can get some nasty jaggies in scenes with lateral motion. It's nearly unwatchable. Of course it's fine if you pick the correct resizer.
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guys that you very much but I'm a total newbie and i don't know what is filtering a resizing????
thank u very much
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guys that you very much but I'm a total newbie and i don't know what is filtering a resizing????
thank u very much
That's why I suggested that HDTV2DVD tool because it's pretty much load the .ts file and go. It's all hard-wired to downsize to standard DVD. The output folder is ready to burn.
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