Burning from folder to blank dvd

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#1

I’m a newbie and hello to everyone. my question is this,… I just bought a dvd from walmart and came home to rip it to my computer. Theres a noise at the end of the ripping process that lets you know that its done and that its time to copy to a blank dvd. Well,. i wasn’t home and my son got tired of the beeping sound after the program was done ripping to my dvd fab folder. he shutdown my laptop. QUESTION: What are the steps that I use to copy to a blank dvd from my dvd fab folder that the movie was ripped to.
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#2

Was this a full rip (DVD9) to your hard drive or did you compress & rip as (DVD5) to your hard drive? Or just tell us what size the VIDEO_TS folder is that DvdFab created. The following is one option I use to end up with movie only plus English audio. Posts #67 to #74, but please also read Post #78 & ask any questions here.

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f116/dvdfab-5-0-2-2-not-ready-big-league-245636/index3.html


#3

Thanks for replying. I ripped it in dvd-9 format. So I could copy onto double layer disc


#4

If you are burning to a dual layer disk, I would recommend using Verbatim brand blank media. I would also recommend using ImgBurn for this process.


#5

How big is the VIDEO_TS folder?


#6

Video_TS folder was 7.78 gigabytes


#7

Okay, you have a couple of options. You can use the link I gave you. If you want the full Dvd, you can still use Dvd Shrink without reauthoring & just do a full disc backup, (you would have to judge if you can live with the output quality). Create an ISO with Dvd Shrink & burn with ImgBurn as shown in that link. You can also burn the VIDEO_TS folder to a Verbatim blank Dual layer disc using the following. Any problems, just ask.

http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=86742


#8

From the link you just posted… How do I access that IMG Burn folder or tab …is it included with dvdfab?? how do I find it?


#9

You would have to Download & install ImgBurn.

http://www.imgburn.com/


#10

Beef Barley, … I appreciate your patience. Thanks alot for the timely and informative responses.


#11

No worries, glad to be able to help.


#12

As allways the answer to any relatred video question is imgburn , convert x to dvd or dvd flick…:))LoL
Anyone else agree?
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