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    I have always transfered iso files onto the dvd using dvd decrypter...I am wondering if there is a way to write video_TS files directly onto the dvd without first converting the contents in the video_TS folders into an ISO fie, then onto the dvd? Thanks

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    Isn't that what Nero and other similar programs do? You pretty much drag the files from your file brower window into the VIDEO_TS folder.
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    Perhaps this thread will be of great assistance on what you are trying to do: http://forum.digital-digest.com/show...453#post221453

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    yes ...but after i got the video_TS folder...how do i transfer it directly onto the dvd without first converting it into an iso file....seems like dvd decrypter only writes iso files onto dvd and not video_ts files...?

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    "but after i got the video_TS folder...how do i transfer it directly onto the dvd without first converting it into an iso file"
    Go to the link I posted above.

    "seems like dvd decrypter only writes iso files onto dvd and not video_ts files...?"
    DVD Decrypter only writes ISO Files.

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    very helpful...thanks jmet

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    You're very welcome! Glad I could help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boonclee
    I have always transfered iso files onto the dvd using dvd decrypter...I am wondering if there is a way to write video_TS files directly onto the dvd without first converting the contents in the video_TS folders into an ISO fie, then onto the dvd? Thanks
    Use the software that came along with your writer. It has that feature!!!!

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    i have roxio esay dvd creator...would that work?

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    I hate Roxio products! They cause several problems with DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter, and Nero. My advice still stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boonclee
    i have roxio esay dvd creator...would that work?
    Under the roxio easy CD & DVD creater menu you will have creater classic, once you open it, you will see the screen divided into two parts using frames, top frame is your HDD contents and bottom is the DVD media. You can just drag and drop the Video_TS folder to the bottom part and click on the red button (on bottom right) to burn.

    It will start the burn process immediately without the need to create the ISO file and personally speaking, I have not faced any problem using this method, although using DVD decrypter I can burn upto 4485 MB on my media(my media can store upto 4487 MB) but with Roxio I cannot exceed 4480 MB.

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    thanks tech...but I just got nero 6.6.0.18 and it rocks

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