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Sorry, I'm new so I forgot I even posted.

 

ANyways, to answer your question, i'm being a little over-zealous trying to make everything playable on home dvd machines.. i know some newer ones will play avi even m-peg but I tend to convert avi/divx to Dvd format just to make sure. This also allows you to "copy dvd" option rather then dvd builder..but i'm sure you guys know that.. now i'm just trying to fit two files for the copy the dvd part..

If I go to dvd builder, it doesn't recognize video_ts

I don't know of any "home DVD machine" that is able to play avi or mpeg. If you know of any please list them because I would like to get one.

 

To get a DVD that you can play on DVD players you have to use create DVD builder to make a DVD compliant disc.

 

I don't understand exactly what you are doing. Could you please describe in datail what your are doing?

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LOL, I know you know that's a divx file :):huh::D

Yea, I know what the orgiinal poster meant. I was trying to be nice and encourage the poster to give us more information and explain why the poster converted the file the way the poster did and even where the DivX file came from. Doesn't DVD Builder import the DivX file directly (as an avi)?

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I don't know of any "home DVD machine" that is able to play avi or mpeg. If you know of any please list them because I would like to get one.

 

To get a DVD that you can play on DVD players you have to use create DVD builder to make a DVD compliant disc.

 

I don't understand exactly what you are doing. Could you please describe in datail what your are doing?

 

 

I'm trying to put two video_ts files onto one dvd disc. They are both about a gig each and the dvd disc is 4.7 so its not like it wont fit. When I go into dvd copy with a video_ts file, it will only recognize one and will not allow a second one to be added. If I go into Dvd builder, it doesnt even recognize the files at all.

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I'm trying to put two video_ts files onto one dvd disc. They are both about a gig each and the dvd disc is 4.7 so its not like it wont fit. When I go into dvd copy with a video_ts file, it will only recognize one and will not allow a second one to be added. If I go into Dvd builder, it doesnt even recognize the files at all.

 

I do not think you can do what you have described you want to do with this software. There is no application in EMC7/7.5 that can put two video_ts files on to one DVD disc that will play on a TV top player. I personally do not know of a software that can do that. If you want just the data files, Creator Classic should be able to do that, although I have not tried. But that disc will not play in a DVD player. Otherwise, you will have to capture both those files as either MPEG2 or DV AVI files, add them to DVDBuilder as two titles, and then burn a new disc.

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Yea, I know what the orgiinal poster meant. I was trying to be nice and encourage the poster to give us more information and explain why the poster converted the file the way the poster did and even where the DivX file came from. Doesn't DVD Builder import the DivX file directly (as an avi)?

 

Sorry, I'm new so I forgot I even posted.

 

ANyways, to answer your question, i'm being a little over-zealous trying to make everything playable on home dvd machines.. i know some newer ones will play avi even m-peg but I tend to convert avi/divx to Dvd format just to make sure. This also allows you to "copy dvd" option rather then dvd builder..but i'm sure you guys know that.. now i'm just trying to fit two files for the copy the dvd part..

If I go to dvd builder, it doesn't recognize video_ts

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