Burning VOB Files onto a DVD

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MorinKAshi

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I got ImgBurn, but I haven't been able to successfully make a DVD that doesn't jump around. The colors come out black and white and there is no audio during the menu, as there should be.

Any help?

Also, I only have DVD+R DL (Double Layer) Blank DVD's, if that helps.
 
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To be able to do the task we need two free third party tools, IfoEdit and VobEdit, that can be downloaded from the internet.
so the vobs are on the hdd as files then you don't need isobuster only the ifo and vob edits utilities. then you can make a new complete vob with ifo file etc...
my approach to your problem is to use a vob2mpg converter to extract the video mpg files out of the vobs then load into dvdflick and let the author program make a new dvd for you..the burn as a video_ts dvd
 

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I have to download both?
Use ReJig to do DVD authoring.

It's pretty simple with ReJig. Press "File Mode"; add your vob files and Demux.
When it's finished, close that box and then select DVD Author. Add the video and audio files you've just created, and choose output destination folder, and click Create.
After DVD authoring is completed, you can open the destination folder to see that the output files are AUDIO-TS and VIDEO-TS folders, which are the correct structure for DVD burning.


Use ImgBurn to burn DVD

We have got VIDEO-TS folder in part two, so the DVD burning process with ImgBurn is pretty simple. Here give you two links to check the detailed steps:
How to write DVD Video files directly to single layer media using ImgBurn (DVD±R/RW)
How to write a DVD Video double layer disc using ImgBurn (Verbatim DVD+R DL) – just check the contents that start from adding VIDEO-TS folder of this guide.

The detail guide: vob to DVD
 

MorinKAshi

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Use ReJig to do DVD authoring.

It's pretty simple with ReJig. Press "File Mode"; add your vob files and Demux.
When it's finished, close that box and then select DVD Author. Add the video and audio files you've just created, and choose output destination folder, and click Create.
After DVD authoring is completed, you can open the destination folder to see that the output files are AUDIO-TS and VIDEO-TS folders, which are the correct structure for DVD burning.


Use ImgBurn to burn DVD

We have got VIDEO-TS folder in part two, so the DVD burning process with ImgBurn is pretty simple. Here give you two links to check the detailed steps:
How to write DVD Video files directly to single layer media using ImgBurn (DVD±R/RW)
How to write a DVD Video double layer disc using ImgBurn (Verbatim DVD+R DL) – just check the contents that start from adding VIDEO-TS folder of this guide.

The detail guide: vob to DVD
I checked the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders, but there is nothing in the AUDIO_TS folder, while the VIDEO_TS folder has the same files I started with (BUP, IFO, VOB's). The step before also created a MPEG version of the video as well as a PCM file. Is this correct?
 

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I checked the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders, but there is nothing in the AUDIO_TS folder, while the VIDEO_TS folder has the same files I started with (BUP, IFO, VOB's). The step before also created a MPEG version of the video as well as a PCM file. Is this correct?
you have VIDEO_TS folder,but you dont have AUDEI_TS folder before?
Can you play your .vob using VLC?
 

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Well, when I start it, it recognizes that the disc is a double layer disc. From then on it asks if I want to burn it on both layers or a single layer. What should I choose?

Also, The disc only supports 4.0x, 6.0x, and 8.0x writing speed. I chose the slowest for safety.
The disc is a double layer disc,you choose both layers.

How to write a DVD Video double layer disc using ImgBurn

http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4643
 
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