VideoHelp Forum

Try DVDFab and download streaming video, copy, convert or make Blu-rays,DVDs! Download free trial !
+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 10 of 10
Thread
  1. Member g_pentium's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Malaysia
    Search Comp PM
    i have a presentation next week and i have a dvd to be burned. i have downloaded the related data from the internet but i have no clue at all on how to burn the dvd. the downloaded folder has a folder named VIDEO_TS .
    I dun even noe if im posting at the right section. Please help me. Any respond will be much appreciated. thank you in advance.
    Hi
    Quote Quote  
  2. Member g_pentium's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Malaysia
    Search Comp PM
    4gotten 2 mention the size of the entire file is 7.46GB, which makes the burning process practically impossible since i have never seen a dvd which sizes more than 4.76GB
    Hi
    Quote Quote  
  3. Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Republic of Texas
    Search Comp PM
    If the VIDEO_TS folder has VOB, IFO, and BUP files inside it, it is probably already DVD compliant. To get it to fit on a 4.7GB DVD disc, use DVDShrink.
    Quote Quote  
  4. Banned
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Freedonia
    Search Comp PM
    Originally Posted by g_pentium
    4gotten 2 mention the size of the entire file is 7.46GB, which makes the burning process practically impossible since i have never seen a dvd which sizes more than 4.76GB
    It's not impossible if you have dual layer media.

    I have a few Malaysian DVDs and I have also never seen anything but single layer discs from your country. Dual layer DVDs, both consumer burnable and commercially pressed, do exist but they may not be used much in Malaysia for reasons of cost. The suggest to use DVD Shrink to shrink the size of your DVD to fit on a single layer disc is a good one.
    Quote Quote  
  5. Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Location
    Australia
    Search Comp PM
    Touch something that large with dvdshrink, and the quality will truly suffer.

    Check what the audio format is first, if its not in ac3 format, consider demuxing into separate streams and re-encoding the audio using besweet, then remux both video and new ac3 audio back using dvdauthorgui.

    Consider a max bitrate for audio as 96, which would be ok.

    If it then needs a minor tweak with dvdshrink, then fine.

    Otherwise consider getting a couple of verbatim dl's, and use imgburn to setup an appropriate layer break, and enjoy when its completed, without having to do any modifications.
    Quote Quote  
  6. Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Republic of Texas
    Search Comp PM
    Well, someone here doesn't have a very high opinion of DVDShrink. But I suggest you try it first. It won't cost you anything, and it will take the least amount of time. Then, if your eyeballs can perceive any significant reduction in quality, you can go the other route. I have been pleasantly surprised at how well DVDShrink compresses larger DVDs. As mentioned by jman98, there are dual-layer discs that can handle the full 7.46GB. See if your burner will do DL burns. If so, use Verbatim DVD+R DL discs, and burn with ImgBurn (another great freeware program).
    Quote Quote  
  7. Banned
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Location
    Freedonia
    Search Comp PM
    Bjs' suggestions are well intentioned for sure, but I think they are arguably not the way to go here. Consider that the original poster knew nothing about dual layer media. Do you REALLY (be honest here) think that such a person is going to be able to do what you suggest? I doubt it. Anyway, saving audio bitrate makes little difference. It's like spending a thousand dollars for something and looking for a way to save ten dollars on the cost.

    DVDShrink is a very user friendly way to do what the original poster needs to do. Also consider too that most people don't belong to forums like this and aren't as sticklers for quality as we are. What DVDShrink produces is almost certainly good enough for the original poster and his business needs.
    Quote Quote  
  8. Member g_pentium's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Malaysia
    Search Comp PM
    thanks for the feedback
    i have tried dvdshrink as suggested,but when i open the files (.BUP.IFO and VOB)
    The program went on to analyze and it showed me a summary in which the total file size turns out to be 4.6GB
    Even though, my blank dvd is of 4.76GB size,the actual figure in computer is 4.38GB.
    I've tried to delete the menu and other unnecessary contents, my attempt failed.So,i would like to know how can i trim down the size of my contents,so it would fit my dvd.
    Hi
    Quote Quote  
  9. Member mats.hogberg's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Location
    Sweden (PAL)
    Search Comp PM
    Go to reauthor mode, select main title only, remove unanted audio (and subtitle) tracks in the streams list, and see if you can't get it down to <4.37 GB

    /Mats
    Quote Quote  
  10. Always Watching guns1inger's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2004
    Location
    Miskatonic U
    Search Comp PM
    DVD Rebuilder with HCEnc is another viable option if Shrink causes too much damage.
    Read my blog here.
    Quote Quote  



Similar Threads