Hello. I just ‘took action’ to place all my old VHS home movies on DVD. I bought Pinnacle studio 11 and made a nice file, but when I put it on a DVD (TDK DVD-R 2x) with CDBurnerXP Pro 3 and tried to play it on my DVD players (Toshiba SD K-600 and Sony something) I got the message “Disc Error”. I burned it on two seperate discs because I didn’t know the difference between a bootable and a non-bootable disc. I learned when I accidentally left the bootable one in the computer then turned it on. That was funny. I really should just go back to watching more TV as an activity. I bought Nero Express and got lots of fun error messages with that-My Romeo & Juliet names were too long-then others… Now a friend of a friend tells me the proper format is MPEG4, so make sure to convert it. Well, over the past week I’ve learned way more than I thought I would have & I’ve seen a lot of posts in a lot of forums & I remembered you guys-came here to post first. Anyway it looks good on the computer & plays with all the programs I have. It’s a 2.6 GB VIDEO_TS file. The DVD players are looking for something that it has, or is not! Thank you very much for being here! (I’ve spent way too much time being entertained by the smilies.)
It’s a 2.6 GB VIDEO_TS file.
Try ImgBurn in Build Mode.
Do I need to include an AUDIO_TS file for DVD player compatibility and since they come up empty can making a file by that name work?
With ImgBurn, the AUDIO_TS folder is made automatically if it doesn’t already exist. You don’t need to do anything.