Burning DVD Video to DVD-R?

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  1. Posts : 689
    Windows 10
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    Burning DVD Video to DVD-R?


    Hey guys, I'm running Windows 10 Pro here.

    I just created a DVD I want to play on a friend's DVD player using the app 'DVD Flick' and it's created 2 folders: "VIDEO_TS" and "AUDIO_TS", but I don't know how to put them onto a DVD...?

    I don't want to use a 3rd party app so what's the best way to do this so the DVD will work on a DVD player?
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  2. Posts : 3,945
    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 22H2
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    You would burn the files to DVD from within DVDFlick. http://www.dvdflick.net/guide/index_en.html
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  3. Posts : 689
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Thanks, but I already created the DVD folders so I think it's too late to burn it using DVD Flick unless I start from scratch?
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  4. Posts : 166
    Win 10 Pro 64Bit
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    I use ImageBurn (The Official ImgBurn Website), works brilliantly.

    Regards
    UKMedia
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  5. Posts : 689
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
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    Thanks, but can I do this without installing another app? Surely Windows 10 can do it...?
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  6. Posts : 166
    Win 10 Pro 64Bit
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    NiceAndShy said:
    Thanks, but can I do this without installing another app? Surely Windows 10 can do it...?
    You can just drag the folders to the DVD drive in windows file explorer but apps like image burn do a lot more. (Like verify and double layering)

    UKMedia
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  7. Posts : 191
    Windows XP, 10; Knoppix [Debian] linux
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    NiceAndShy said:
    Thanks, but can I do this without installing another app? Surely Windows 10 can do it...?
    Nope. Windows has a built-in burning engine but it does not know about the structural constraints necessary for a DVD-Video compliant disc.

    You need an application that does - ImgBurn, CDBurnerXP, etc.
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  8. Posts : 561
    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
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    your burner needs to have DVD-R support. Most recent burners have both DVD + and - support though. I just use IMGburn, it automatically assembles a DVD
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  9. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
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    mike s said:
    Nope. Windows has a built-in burning engine but it does not know about the structural constraints necessary for a DVD-Video compliant disc.

    You need an application that does - ImgBurn, CDBurnerXP, etc.
    If they already created the VIDEO_TS folder with DVD Fick then it's dvd compliant and can be burned to a dvd. The AUDIO_TS folder shouldn't be necessary on newer players.
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  10. Posts : 191
    Windows XP, 10; Knoppix [Debian] linux
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    Winuser said:
    If they already created the VIDEO_TS folder with DVD Fick then it's dvd compliant and can be burned to a dvd. The AUDIO_TS folder shouldn't be necessary on newer players.
    It's more than just the presence of the files in a VIDEO_TS folder, if you want to be sure that the disc is playable on a standalone DVD video player. A disc burned by Windows built-in engine using the default settings will probably be playable on a PC, but video equipment firmware is much pickier.
    The disc has to be in UDF 1.02 format (or hybrid ISO9660/UDF 1.02 format for absolute compatibility with older players).
    The contents of the VIDEO_TS folder must be placed in a specific pre-defined (not-alphabetical) order, of which the aforementioned DVD burning programs are aware and will respect. Since the ISO standard is to burn data discs with the files in strict alphabetical order, you cannot achieve that unless your burning software is specifically doing a DVD video project.
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