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Thread: Downloading, Extracting, Burning Question

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    Noob question I know........but I am trying to download, extract, watch and burn my first (aaaaaaa, yes sadly I am virginal).

    I downloaded a whole bunch of rar files from usenet and extracted them to a 4+ gig file. Let's call it movie.img.

    I renamed this to movie.iso. So far so good, I think.

    I opened/looked at this with isobuster.

    I have AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS files listed. However there is nothing listed in the AUDIO_TS, however there are files in the VIDEO_TS.

    VIDEO_TS.BUP
    VIDEO_TS.IFO
    VIDEO_TS.VOB
    VTS_1_0.BUP
    VTS_1_0.IFO
    VTS_1_0.VOB
    VTS_1_1.VOB large 1+ gig file
    VTS_1_2.VOB large 1+ gig file
    VTS_1_3.VOB large 1+ gig file
    VTS_1_4.VOB large 1+ gig file
    VTS_1_5.VOB large 300+ mg file


    Is that it? Are there not Audio files? What do I do at this point? Did I screw up? Did I not download/extract correctly? Can I watch the video on my computer? Do I have to burn it to a DVD?

    Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.

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    You have to burn the image to DVD.

    Those files are for DVD video content.

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    The image is good. I never seen a DVD with files inside the AUDIO_TS.

    You could use nero and it had an option to burn those files to a DVD or any other burner. I think you could burn it as data but not 100% sure. Maybe someone could back me up.

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    download DVD shrink

    open file C:/... (find the file name you called it)

    press ok it will open file - then follow the prompts and back it up

    you should be good to go

    Fiori

    if burning or ripping use dvd shrink all the time cheers

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    What is throwing me off, is that the AUDIO_TS is empty. I loaded it using Daemon (interesting utility!), and the damm thing actually played!

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    Didn't you read my post. I have yet to see a DVD with the AUDIO_TS folder with anything in it. And those are from real DVD's. Don't be worried. Nothing supposto be in it.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    I did read your post. And I especially thank you for your post!

    My post was acknowledging the fact that what originally threw me off, was that the AUDIO_TS was empty. When I saw your post, I knew there was nothing to worry about.

    So it seems all I have to do is burn the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS files to a DVD. Not sure why the AUDIO_TS needs to be burned, since it is empty, but I presume there is a reason!?

    So, when I have the time, probably tomorrow, I am gonna burn the above 2 directories to a blank DVD, and pop it into my DVD player, and hope that it works!

    I am sooooooo very excited that I am about to pop my cherry!

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    Yup. AUDIO_TS is usually empty.

    You don't need to extract the files to burn them.

    Just use "burn image" function.
    Last edited by Virtualbody1234; 03-12-2006 at 05:07 AM.

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    yea if its extracted you could burn it as data. if its an iso burn it with like an image burner

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    Yup. AUDIO_TS is usually empty.

    You don't need to extract the files to burn them.

    Just use "burn image" function.
    The burn image function from what program?

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