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How do I burn these files: BUP , IFO and VOB

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by abbs, Feb 5, 2005.

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  1. abbs

    abbs Thread Starter

    Jan 21, 2005
    morning everyone,

    Can someone pls explain to me in simple terms, how I can born files from Audio TS and Vodeo TS onto a dvd? The audio folder is empty, and the video folder contains the following files: BUP , IFO and VOB

    Am using nero ultra 6, how do i burn these files into a movie on a dvd? Thanks in advance !
  2. funkdmonkey


    Dec 6, 2004
    VOB: A VOB (Video OBject) contains several streams multiplexed together: Video, Audio and Subtitles. Video is MPEG-2, audio can be AC-3, Linear PCM, Mpeg 2 multichannel or MPEG1 layer2 2 channel audio.

    IFO: An info file associated with a .VRO video file. The .VRO file contains the video stream and the .IFO file contains various scene and timing information. This is different form a .VOB file where that information is included in the file. Several manufacturers use .VRO/.IFO files. If present, the file VIDEO_TS.IFO consists of control and playback information for the entire DVD. VIDEO_TS.IFO is known as VMGI (The Video Manager Information file). This file is required to be present on a DVD-compliant disc.

    Bup: No, clue. Use some sort of cd-indexer to use it.

    I dont have a clue how to burn it but maybe these definitions will help you.
  3. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

    Oct 19, 2002
    If you tell Nero's Wizard to create a DVD, all you have to do is drag the VIDEO_TS folder and overlay the one that shows up in the destination window. Works for me with Nero all the time.
  4. crombie22480


    Jun 12, 2004
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