copying video TS to a DVD

  Daisy22 08:37 08 Sep 09
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I've borrowed a film in video TS format which I would like to copy to a DVD to watch on a DVD player.

I've tried using Nero Express 6, but each time I've tried I get error messages.

Is it possible to be able to do this and if so, what should I do.

Many thanks

  eedcam 08:57 08 Sep 09

Assuming you mean Video_ts then get Imgburn its free just choose write files or folders to disc and either use its file/foder to get to your foder or Drag the folder onto it
click here

  eedcam 08:57 08 Sep 09

Warning dont use the Red download in the First big box scroll down to the second one

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09:49 08 Sep 09

What error messages?

  Daisy22 10:07 08 Sep 09

Error message

X (red cross) "Read error from sector...... with numbers

this message is written 5 times then

"data verification failed"

I've now wasted 2 blank discs trying to do the copy

  jack 10:22 08 Sep 09
  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:40 08 Sep 09

Thats a problem with either the disks or the disk burning program.

Try burning at a lower speed I never burn at more than 8x

  Daisy22 16:08 08 Sep 09

the disks are new and I tried to burn at 4 x

thanks jack i will try that programme

  Daisy22 16:59 08 Sep 09

have tried the suggestion Jack gave and am getting this message now

"data exceeds the size of the media"

I've added all the VLC media files

Video_TS VOB 7.54 mb
VTS_01_0.VOB 7.74 mb
VTS_01_1.VOB 1023.97 mb
VTS_01_2 VOB 1023.97 mb

and so on until VTS_01_5.VOB

Am I adding too many files perhaps? Also before wasting another disk can I save them onto the PC before transferring and burning to a DVD?

thanks

  eedcam 18:41 08 Sep 09

What size is the Folder forget4.7 G/byte you can only get about 4.3 on a dvd
If its over that then get dvd shrink its free import the file then back up and choose burn with nero (which you select in preferences)it'll shrink and author then automatically burn with NERO
click here

  jack 19:56 08 Sep 09

As cam says there is a max capacity for burning DVDs a free compression programs is the way- you will lose some quality.

It is interesting to note the both of the Sony DVD/Hard disk recorders that I have owowned that work with TV will automatically - detect- content to disk sise and compress acaccordingly
I wonder if there is a burner program to do that on a PC or if it has to be two separate functions?

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