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How Do I Burn A Ts Folder?

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I am trying to burn a video TS folder to dvd which is a copy of a dual layer dvd. On my Mac it says the folder is approx 5.8gb but when I drag it into the Titanium window it says it is 18gb! Is this correct? Also when I drag it into the DVD window it automatically changes to the disk copy window. Why is that?

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Yes I tried that but when I dragged into this Video_TS Folders window Toast changed to the Copy window and then nothing. But when I dragged to the DVD-Video window all the files within the TS folder loaded and the info at bottom said there was 18.91gb on disc. Is this right and should I just load a dual layer blank disc and burn it? As I understand it a dual layer dvd has only approx 8.2gb of usable storage. I exercise caution because I only have two blank dual layer discs left to use.

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I have no clue why Toast would switch to the Copy window. The Copy window is for discs and disc images. If you don't want to modify the VIDEO_TS folder in any way or have it fit a single-layer disc, then choose DVD-Rom (UDF) in the Data window. Click New Disc and name the disc, and then add the VIDEO_TS folder. Click the burn button and you're done.

 

I believe the reason Toast reports it at way oversized when you dragged it to the DVD-video setting is due to how the DVD was originally authored. As you've seen, that's not the approach to take. There is a way to extract the individual video titles from a VIDEO_TS folder to have Toast author as a new DVD using the DVD-video setting. Place the VIDEO_TS folder on the desktop and choose look for the video titles in the DVD section of the Toast Media Browser's Video tab. There you can drag the titles to the DVD-video setting.

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