I am having problems with RAR files that i have extracted. How can I burn these with Nero to create a DVD?
Burn it with the same software you have created them with.
It’s that simple.
Otherwise, please read the forum rules (again).
I didn’t know winrar could burn discs
bkf, it was about the extracted files…
Yes they are extracted files from RAR and I would like to create the DVD.
What dvd, what files? You haven’t mentioned any size/name/title or similar.
So we just can only suggest like stabbing into the dark.
sorry so I have extracted the rar into the img file. Then I extracted that into Video_TS file and there are multiple files VTS_1_0. I can play some of these on Nero 7 but when I try to burn the ones I want on nero it fails. What am I doing wrong?
You don’t need to extract the img file.
I would burn it straight to DVD by using ImgBurn! It’s free, a truely masterpiece of a software!
Great and it will play on any dvd?
You mean player?
That depends mainly on the player and the used media.
Most players will play DVD-R without problems, and if DVD+R is a problem, you could set their booktype to DVD-ROM to increase the compatibility.
I will try it. Thanks
If you dislike ImgBurn (which I wouldn’t understand), you could even “open” up the img file with Nero and burn it straight to a DVD media.
I just got this error trying to do it.
I/O ERROR. What do I do?
Are you using Imgburn? If you are just to be safe unmount the .img file.
How do you do that?
I am using Imgburn.
How did you extract the files into a VIDEO_TS folder? If you have Nero turn off the wizard and then pick “burn dvd video files” and you should be able to burn the VIDEO_TS folder no problem.
I tried that and when selecting all of the components that are in the folder it locks up.
There should only be 3 types of files in the folder, .ifo, .bup. and .vob. How did you get the VIDEO_TS folder?
I finally got the Imgburn to work. The problem was that I am using +R and needed to select that in the options. From now on I will use the -R as one of my DVD players will not play the +R.
Depending on your drive, you may be able to change the booktype. Basically that means Imgburn burns the dvd+r as a dvd-rom which makes it more compatible. Click on the icon all the way to the right of the speed and see if you can.