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How do I create an AUDIO_TS folder on DVDit 6?

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Hi All,

 

I am trying to duplicate my DVDs created in DVDit 6. The duplicator program I am using (one that someone else uses, since I tried two) keeps rejecting the DVDs because there is no AUDIO_TS folder. How do I get DVDit 6 to create one of these?

 

Thanks so much.

 

Jackie

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Hi All,

 

I am trying to duplicate my DVDs created in DVDit 6. The duplicator program I am using (one that someone else uses, since I tried two) keeps rejecting the DVDs because there is no AUDIO_TS folder. How do I get DVDit 6 to create one of these?

 

Thanks so much.

 

Jackie

 

What duplicator program are you using? The duplicator program should not care what is on the DVD that it is duplicating.

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Hi All,

 

I am trying to duplicate my DVDs created in DVDit 6. The duplicator program I am using (one that someone else uses, since I tried two) keeps rejecting the DVDs because there is no AUDIO_TS folder. How do I get DVDit 6 to create one of these?

 

Thanks so much.

 

Jackie

 

As a workaround, you can copy the contents of the DVD in question to a folder and use "Write file/folders to Disc" option in Imgburn (freeware) to write to a DVD.

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Hi All,

 

I am trying to duplicate my DVDs created in DVDit 6. The duplicator program I am using (one that someone else uses, since I tried two) keeps rejecting the DVDs because there is no AUDIO_TS folder. How do I get DVDit 6 to create one of these?

 

Thanks so much.

 

Jackie

 

How have you created the DVD?

As a Folder, as an .iso file?

 

If you have created a folder.... navigate to the folder in Windows.

In the folder you should see a VIDEO_TS folder

Click "File" on the upper left of your window.

Choose "NEW / Folder"

A new folder will appear under your VIDEO_TS folder.

Name/Rename the "New Folder" to AUDIO_TS.

 

Now you have both folders in place.

 

If you are saving to an .iso file, you will have to Burn again and choose "Burn to Folder" instead.

Regards,

Douglas

 

 

 

 

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