Windows 10: Burning DVD Video to DVD-R?

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  1.    10 Nov 2016 #21

    NiceAndShy said: View Post
    This sounded perfect for me so I searched for "ImgBurn" on my PC and nothing came up...

    How can I use DVDFlick to burn a DVD whose folders I've already created?
    Hi there


    To use a DVD on a bog standard DVD player / recorder (domestic stand alone models) the Disc -whether it';s DVD+_/-R/RW must always be "Finalized". The reason being is that most computer apps treat the DVD as a "Multi-session" Disc whereas a normal DVD player cannot handle multi-session Discs.

    Most apps should give you the option to "Finalize" the Disc.

    I haven't used it for years but I believe NERO (Paid app) can do what you want easily enough .

    Personally I'd still look at DEVEDE as it's simple and Free and will automatically finalize the Disc too. Subtitles can be added as well if required.

    Here's the interface --really easy to use
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    Note that generally there's nothing in the AUDIO_TS folder -- everything is in the VIDEO_TS folder.

    Last edited by jimbo45; 10 Nov 2016 at 04:52.
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  2.    10 Nov 2016 #22

    I'm not sure which version you have included but the latest is 2.5.8, this is from their web site:

    ImgBurn supports a wide range of image file formats - including BIN, CCD, CDI, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI.
    It can burn Audio CD's from any file type supported via DirectShow / ACM - including AAC, APE, FLAC, M4A, MP3, MP4, MPC, OGG, PCM, WAV, WMA and WV.
    You can use it to build DVD Video discs (from a VIDEO_TS folder), HD DVD Video discs (from a HVDVD_TS folder) and Blu-ray Video discs (from a BDAV / BDMV folder) with ease.
    It supports Unicode folder/file names, so you shouldn't run in to any problems if you're using an international character set.
    ImgBurn supports all the Microsoft Windows OS's - Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 (including all the 64-bit versions). If you use Wine, it should also run on Linux and other x86-based Unixes.
    It's a very flexible application with several advanced features that are often lacking in other tools, especially when it comes to burning DVD Video discs. It supports all the latest drives without the need for updates (including booktype / bitsetting / advanced settings on many of the major ones - i.e. BenQ, LiteOn, LG, NEC, Optiarc, Pioneer, Plextor, Samsung, Sony).
    There is an image queue system for when you're burning several images (which you can automatically share between multiple drives if you have more than one) and an easy-to-use layer break selection screen for double layer DVD Video jobs. The Automatic Write Speed feature allows you store your favourite burn speed settings on a per 'Media ID' basis, right down to a drive by drive level. Data captured during the burn (write speed, buffer levels etc) can be displayed / analysed using DVDInfoPro.
    Whilst ImgBurn is designed to work perfectly straight out of the box, advanced users will appreciate just how configurable it is.

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    Windows XP, 7, 8.1, 10, Knoppix [Debian] linux
       10 Nov 2016 #23

    NiceAndShy said: View Post
    I just did some checking and I found the "imgburn.exe" in the DVDFlick folder, however it seems that ImgBurn doesn't have an option for creating a DVD disc that'll work in a DVD player?
    It already "knows" when you have imported a VIDEO_TS folder and have the proper disc format:
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  4.    12 Nov 2016 #24

    I just checked and I'm running ImgBurn
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    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       15 Nov 2016 #25

    NiceAndShy said: View Post
    I just did some checking and I found the "imgburn.exe" in the DVDFlick folder, however it seems that ImgBurn doesn't have an option for creating a DVD disc that'll work in a DVD player?
    They probably stuck that in there for you to install when you install it? Be very careful about all of the opt-ins! You will end up installing a few viruses if you if you agree to all of them don't allow any of those.

    Basically with image burn you drag and drop the video_ts folder right into the project window and it will automatically set it all up but you probably did is you probably created a data DVD instead of a DVD-DVD. You have to tell that you're going to make a DVD and then you should be able to drag the video_TS folder in. There was a button you can press to test the validity of the image that is going to be burned and it should tell you whether or not it's a valid DVD.

    It's been years since I have used that program I'm going to have to try to burn a DVD and see what happens I'll be able to give better advice then. But all I know is that it should be automatic. The DVD shrink program also is pretty good at reducing huge DVD images to fit on a single layer. I think it has a burner built right into the app or it automatically opens up image burn they work together.

    The guy who makes image burn, lightning UK, he's the guy who cracked macro vision and he got into hell of a lot of trouble for doing it there was another program he made similar to image burn but it would actually decrypt your DVD for you.
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