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I currently make a bunch of personal videos that I compile to a DVD format, which ends up giving me both a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder.

I've been searching through Creator 2010's features, and there doesn't seem to be a way to be able to burn those fioles to a DVD that becomes playable in a DVD player, thanks to the CCS not allowing you to just copy the data.

Is there any way I can create a playable DVD using these files?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hello!

I currently make a bunch of personal videos that I compile to a DVD format, which ends up giving me both a VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder.

I've been searching through Creator 2010's features, and there doesn't seem to be a way to be able to burn those fioles to a DVD that becomes playable in a DVD player, thanks to the CCS not allowing you to just copy the data.

Is there any way I can create a playable DVD using these files?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Where did the personal videos originate, and how did the CSS encryption get into the files?

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Well, these videos are home videos from my own digital camera, and I used a program to create the menus to access it all, chapters in the files, etc...

 

I just managed to find a menu option to also burn these files straight to DVD on the actual program itself, so thanks for the help anyway, folks!

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Well, these videos are home videos from my own digital camera, and I used a program to create the menus to access it all, chapters in the files, etc...

 

I just managed to find a menu option to also burn these files straight to DVD on the actual program itself, so thanks for the help anyway, folks!

 

Simply use Burn Data Disc to burn the Video_TS and Audio_Ts folders to a DVD. Since these are homevideos that you used to create the Video_TS folders, there is absolutely not CSS encryption involved. Where did you get that idea anyway?

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