and i can't play that second dvd in my dvd player.
i problem on those files
VIDEO_TS.BUP VIDEO_TS.IFO VIDEO_TS.VOB
do i ned to put them on 2nd dvd too?
arith -> RE: what files to burn? (12/26/2004 12:27:44 PM)
If you don't want to compress the DVD-9 film, then I would suggest you to use Clone DVD. It's easy to split a DVD-9 or DVD+R DL's DVD Movie into 2 discs.
hrvo -> RE: what files to burn? (12/26/2004 3:00:50 PM)
tnx for your reply arith
but can you please tell me what files i need to burn when you see my original post
Flash -> RE: what files to burn? (12/26/2004 6:56:28 PM)
The files VIDEO_TS.BUP VIDEO_TS.IFO VIDEO_TS.VOB Are necessary when creating a DVD video and are exclusive to the full title set. To split the DVD video you will need a program capable of creating these files again to comply with the split files of the title set. You cannot just use the same files for different parts of the title set they have to be recreated.
scorpio -> RE: what files to burn? (3/5/2005 6:12:24 AM)
Use DVD Shrink, go to RE-Author button, make 2 DVD's of 4,5 Gb, half at one ( if you have 20 make it on one 10 and the other one 10), you will have same Title menu for both, 'cause you need IFO to burn DVD video, or COPY them on HARD and use some Producer (Power from CyberLink or ULead Studio or Pinacle Studio) to make 2 new DVD video disks.