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Old 6 Aug 2006, 09:55 AM   #1
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I am a little sketchy on the build iso part and output on the fly to the dvd burner? Would be nice to see a guide done on that specific operation.
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Chewy - experiment. It is not difficult. corny's guides are very straightforward.

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Thank you for the heads up blutach & a lot of thanks to cornholio7 for the guides. I can't say it enough, thanks to LIGHTNING UK! for this release.
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Chewy - experiment. It is not difficult. corny's guides are very straightforward.

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I did experiment and this part really throws a monkey wrench into the operation

Firstly make sure your Vob, Ifo and Bup files are in a folder called VIDEO_TS

that is if your video files aren't in a folder so named

the resulting questions before the build??
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Old 6 Aug 2006, 09:24 PM   #8
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Yes, before the build. But, gess what? ImgBurn will recognise the files are DVD-Video and fix the folders for you.

Do try it out and see.

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I did and it didn't, it seems to require the video_ts folder

I must have said no to the first question, but instead of a data disk I got a coaster, there was a second question, will test

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Not that I remember chewy. It outputs a message that you seem to be making a DVD-Video. You may need to turn on the setting about VIDEO_TS content somewhere.





Clicking Yes gives you this:



Note - 2 folders (these are Video-TS and Audio_TS)

And here's the output in ISOBuster



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testing with a no at the first screen, gave me a second screen which I answered no to???

I think the burning at max is what made the coaster??

It was ricoh 4x dvd+r and nec 3550 allows burning at 12X

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Then answer yes at the first screen which asks you if it is a DVD Video.

GTG to bed. Hope you get it sorted out. I know you like to tinker so I expect the penny will drop by morning (my time).

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@Chewy - were you burning an iso or video files that were not in a VIDEO_TS folder?
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Then answer yes at the first screen which asks you if it is a DVD Video.
most definitely, this feature is great, you don't have to create a video_ts folder!


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I never have my outputs in video_ts folders

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