[QUOTE=Kerry56;2266119]Did you just burn the .vob files? DVD-video consists of .vob, .ifo and .bup files in a Video_TS folder. Most set top players won’t play mpeg or .vob files by themselves. Some even demand an Audio_TS folder along with the Video_TS folder, though those are usually very old players.
We’d have to know your burner make and model to tell you if this is possible for you.
Edit: One other thought that occurred to me. If you used DVDStyler to make a dvd-video, I hope you chose the correct format for the dvd. In the US we use NTSC.[/QUOTE]
When I burned the disk, which was a CD-R disk burned in a Plextor PX-W4824A, I had to rename the .vob files. The associated .bup and .ifo files were in the same folder, but I didn’t rename them too. Does most burning software look for these files, and if so, must they be renamed? They all end the filename with a 0, whereas the .vob’s all ended with a 1.
In any event, only the .vob files were burned. If the others have to be burned also, that is probably my problem. If they don’t, the problem is something else.
Yes, I do know the difference between PAL (superior) and NTSC, and had the burning software (Ashampoo) set to NTSC.
Also tried to use ImgBurn, but couldn’t get it past the “Build” stage.
Hard to believe I have to become some kind of DVD structure expert in order to burn a stupid disk.