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monieeka

Burning A Dvd From A Video_ts Folder

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I used MacTheRipper to rip a movie to my hard drive, then dragged the Video_TS files into Popcorn as instructed. After burning, however, it doesn't play my DVD. When I double click on it from the desktop it only displays the Video_TS and Audio_TS folders, and when I try to play it on my DVD player it says "!Format Unsupported" It's a Bose, and I know it plays this type of DVDs because I've tried it before with DVDs I burned using another software.

 

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All I can suggest is to try a different brand of blank disc. If you used DVD+R then choose DVD-R or vice versa. Also you might choose burning at a slower speed than Best. The available speeds are shown after the blank disc is inserted and recognized. Popcorn creates the correct format.

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Okay, well, the movie plays fine on my MacBook's DVD player, but still nothing happens when I try it with my DVD player ...

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Okay, well, the movie plays fine on my MacBook's DVD player, but still nothing happens when I try it with my DVD player ...

Some DVD players - especially the higher-quality models - have problems accepting certain burned DVDs. It usually is an issue with the quality of the blank discs or their format (such as DVD+R or DVD-R). There's not much you can do about this with Popcorn. One thing you could try is choosing Save as Disc Image in Popcorn and then burn the resulting .toast file using the Image File setting in Popcorn. Or change the .toast extension to .iso and burn it using Disk Utility. I don't know what difference that would make, however. If you do try a different brand of media I suggest using Verbatim as that brand seems to have very wide compatibility.

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