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I just got a new Dell with a DVD burner and Roxio Creator 9 LE on it. I have a folder with some .VOB, IFO and BUP files that are supposed to create a DVD. But I can't figure out how to use the Roxio Creator to do this.

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I just got a new Dell with a DVD burner and Roxio Creator 9 LE on it. I have a folder with some .VOB, IFO and BUP files that are supposed to create a DVD. But I can't figure out how to use the Roxio Creator to do this.

The folder must be a video folder set. How did you create this folder? If that is a usable folder, that is the source you use to create a DVD.

 

Do you have Disc Cpier application in that Roxio Creator? If so, open that application, choose the video folder set mentioned above as source and select the DVD burner as your destination to "burn" the video folder set.

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The folder must be a video folder set. How did you create this folder? If that is a usable folder, that is the source you use to create a DVD.

 

Do you have Disc Cpier application in that Roxio Creator? If so, open that application, choose the video folder set mentioned above as source and select the DVD burner as your destination to "burn" the video folder set.

 

The video folder set was downloaded. (It's a legal noncopywrited band performance). I do not know if I have the Disc Copier application. There's something in the menu called "Copy Disk" but it appears to be used to rip an an existing DVD to the PC hard drive. I have been going all through the CD Creator 9 and I'm to the point where I think I'll be doing what I always do when Roxio items come preinstalled on my PC .... buying something else.

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The video folder set was downloaded. (It's a legal noncopywrited band performance). I do not know if I have the Disc Copier application. There's something in the menu called "Copy Disk" but it appears to be used to rip an an existing DVD to the PC hard drive. I have been going all through the CD Creator 9 and I'm to the point where I think I'll be doing what I always do when Roxio items come preinstalled on my PC .... buying something else.

 

Its not Roxios fault if your PC came with a crippled EMC 9 OEM version. Why not buy the full version preferably EMC 10?

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Walt has the best advice – dump the junk and buy yourself a full Retail set of software. – OEM software is about like the "tools" that come with your car… you know that combo screwdriver that strips the first time you try to use it?

 

You can try this. From the Home Program, choose Data – Data Disc. Then Add Folder and pick the VIDEO_TS folder you have.

 

This should burn a compliant DVD Movie for you, or a Coaster, I am not sure. (if you have some DVD RW discs, it would be a good thing to try on them)

 

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Walt has the best advice – dump the junk and buy yourself a full Retail set of software. – OEM software is about like the "tools" that come with your car… you know that combo screwdriver that strips the first time you try to use it?

 

You can try this. From the Home Program, choose Data – Data Disc. Then Add Folder and pick the VIDEO_TS folder you have.

 

This should burn a compliant DVD Movie for you, or a Coaster, I am not sure. (if you have some DVD RW discs, it would be a good thing to try on them)

 

James, good idea'r. :lol:

 

 

If I do that in my V 9 "From the Home Program, choose Data – Data Disc. Then Add Folder and pick the VIDEO_TS folder" a Sonic app I think.

 

Plus in the complication screen make a new folder and name it AUDIO_TS above or below the VIDEO_TS folder. Then click options and select under (TYPE) Disc AT Once (DOA) Closed, (MODE) Mode 1, (FILE SYSTEM) ISO+Joliet+UDF. Click ok then click the Burn Button, I did create a Compliant DVD VIdeo disc that plays in my settop player. :) Roxio disc information calls it a DVD Video Disc and DVDInfo Pro says this about the disc.

 

Media Information

Disc Regions are 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

Media code/Manufacturer ID MCC A01

Media Product Revision Number 00h

Format Type UDF 1.02

Volume Name 080114_1835

Application id PxMas

Implementation id PxMas

Recording Date/Time (mm/dd/yyyy) 1/14/2008 18:36:20

Format Capacity 4.38GB(4.70GB)

Book Type DVD-ROM

Media Type DVD+RW

Manufacturer Rated Speed 2.4x 3324KBps

BG Format Status Completed

Data area starting sector 30000h

Data area end sector 23053Fh

Linear Density 0.267um/bit

Track Density 0.74um/track

Number of Layers 1

 

EDIT, ' I did it with no AUDIO_TS folder and my settop played it fine. Disc info and Info Pro said the same as above, with no AUDIO_TS folder on the disc. I did set things in options like above tho.'

 

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