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    Whats a good program to burn the DVD files so you can watch them on a stand alone DVD player? I was using NERO but I lost the program when the computer crapped out and don't have the S# anymore...so i'm looking for a new program to use...Any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkmonte View Post
    Whats a good program to burn the DVD files so you can watch them on a stand alone DVD player? I was using NERO but I lost the program when the computer crapped out and don't have the S# anymore...so i'm looking for a new program to use...Any suggestions?
    If the files are already authored (VOB, IFO, and BUP) files then all you need is imgburn. Burn the VIDEO_TS file to DVD disc. Imgburn will ask if you are burning a DVD video and if you select yes, it'll make all the appropriate settings for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    If the files are already authored (VOB, IFO, and BUP) files then all you need is imgburn. Burn the VIDEO_TS file to DVD disc. Imgburn will ask if you are burning a DVD video and if you select yes, it'll make all the appropriate settings for you.
    The DVD's we get from Yeeshkul are mostly all authored right? For instance I just tried to burn The Man in the Blue Shirt, once I put it in my DVD player it's an unkown disk. Is there something else I need to do?
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    Except Imgburn I with pleasure use the CloneDVD2 program. This program not only burns dvd, but also corrects separate errors, and also allows to write down all VIDEO_TS folder even if her size exceeds DVD-R volume.

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    Imgburn... There's no better !!!

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