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  1. I author a MPG4 DVD using Corel VideoStudio X10, but clients cannot play them on their computers.
    The DVD files are .BUP, .IFO and .VOB.

    They will play on some consumer machines, but not on their computers. Won't windows Media Player play these .VOB files?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Basque; 23rd Jan 2018 at 13:04.
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    DVDs contain .VOB files....but the do NOT contain "MPG4".
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  3. Do you realize most versions of Windows don't include a DVD player?
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  4. Thank you for your response. I will check with the client.

    Thanks again!
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  5. Corel Video Studio X10 creates a Video_TS file. In the file are three files with .BUP, .IFO and .VOB extensions. I have a converter for .VOB to MPEG4 so Media Player will work.

    I have a question into Corel as to why I can't burn my disk with VS X10 without having to convert the Video_TS file.
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    It might be a valid mpeg-2 DVD. Have you tried playing it in a standalone DVD player?
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  7. The authored disks will play in a consumer machine. My people, some of them, are having problems playing them on their computers.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Do you realize most versions of Windows don't include a DVD player?
    Originally Posted by Basque View Post
    The authored disks will play in a consumer machine. My people, some of them, are having problems playing them on their computers.
    VLC is one of the no cost options for a software DVD player.
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