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AVI Files to DVD
'DVD Video (Movie) File Directory Structure' tutorial was cited in a PinoyExchange forum post in 2009.
The DVD Video (Movie) File Directory Structure tutorial was cited in a PinoyExchange forum post in 2009.
Subject: AVI Files to DVD Date: 2009-09-10 Author: Rammstein Source: http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/showthread.php?t=328930 >Guys tanong ko lang nag try ako kanina mag burn ng avi files so ang >ginawa ko inopen ko *** data dvd ngayon nilagay ko *** mga avi files >ko ng sunod sunod pero nung na burn hindi na *** sunod sunod... pano >ko magagawa *** inorder?? thanx... ^^ yes, but dvd-video has a directory structure that you have to follow. \ - Root directory VIDEO_TS\ - VIDEO Title Set directory VIDEO_TS.BUP - Back up of VIDEO_TS.IFO VIDEO_TS.IFO - Information of the first movie segment VIDEO_TS.VOB - Contents of the first movie segment VTS_xx_0.BUP - Back up of VTS_xx_0.IFO VTS_xx_0.IFO - Information of an additional movie segment VTS_xx_0.VOB - Contents of an additional movie segment: part 1 VTS_xx_1.VOB - Contents of an additional movie segment: part 2 http://club.cdfreaks.com/f72/tutoria...ructure-77646/ http://www.herongyang.com/CD-DVD/DVD...Structure.html if you have nero installed, make a new dvd-video. drag and drop the vob files, and nero will put them in the correct folder and create the necessary files. the vob files are playable on a pc, provided it has the necessary codecs. try to play them first to make sure they are ok.
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