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    Default How do I Burn IFO and VOB Files to DVD

    I have decrypted some dvds to my hard drive. This gives the vob files and IFO files. How can I burn them to a DVD???

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    "How can I burn them to a DVD???"

    With a program like Nero or RecordNow. Either one will do providing the size of your decrypted DVD is within the 4.38 gig limit.

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    I have tried to use nero but it keeps throwing the following messege back.

    "DVD Video Compliance test failed"

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    "DVD Video Compliance test failed"

    Use the "DVD-video" mode and drag and drop your files onto the red VIDEO_TS folder.

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    Thanks for that! Simple mistake!

    Have just carried that out, but gave a burn failed after 20 mins of burning, what could that be?

    Would it work if i tried it again?

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    "Have just carried that out, but gave a burn failed after 20 mins of burning, what could that be?"

    Could be faulty media. What brand of disks are you using? Also, if you have used you burner often, it might be time for a lens cleaning.

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    I have used some cheap discs and EMTEC DVD-R's.

    It gives the following errors:

    Invalid Block address

    Could not perform end of Disc-at-once.

    It writes the whole disc and fails at the end??

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    I get the same errors when I tried dragging and dropping the ifo and vob files to the video folder (DVD Video Compliance test failed). I used dvd decryptor to rip the files originally. What am I doing wrong?

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    "I used dvd decryptor to rip the files originally. What am I doing wrong?"

    In DVD Decrypter, do you have "File Mode" selected? Make sure that you select "ALL" files not just the "MOVIE" files. That ensures that you will rip every file to the HD.

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    No, I had it in ifo mode. I no longer have the movies so what can I do with the files I do have?

    Thanks

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