[QUOTE=Joe011;2190234]But how come I used Nero 18.104.22.168 all this time with dvdfab (older versions) to burn dvds and that they all have the audio_ts folder in it and worked in dvd players until the new version of dvdfab came out? Therefore, the statement I made has validity.[/QUOTE]
It has validity only if you believe that the authors of DVDFab also wrote the burning engine - which they didn’t. The inclusion or lack of same of the AUDIO_TS folder is strictly a function of the burning engine - not DVDFab.
That’s why there is no option in Fab to include it (or leave it out).
I have no quick explanation as to why Nero 22.214.171.124 included the folder in older versions of Fab, and not in the new release. Programming is a tricky business at best… varying degrees of smartness can be built into software so that its operation is as seamless as possible, while minimizing the amount of user interface to get the job done(the less newbies input to a program, the less it’ll screw up doing the job)
I’m not saying this is what happened in this case - a much deeper analysis is required by people better suited for it than me.
It’s just that most everyone who experiences a burning problem seems to dump on DVDFab as the problem. If Fab were to issue the software minus the burn engine, and people had to go out and find their own, I strongly suspect I’d be sitting in front of my computer on this forum with not too much to do.