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    Tips on burning VOB to DVD

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    moyea1989
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    Tips on burning VOB to DVD

    Post by moyea1989 on Fri 21 Sep 2012, 5:39 pm

    Have you ever burn VOB files to DVD and found it can not be played the right way on DVD players or even just personal computer? Next, this paper will aim at solving this problem by providing you a total solution.
    Everybody knows VOB is a DVD video media that might incorporate video, audio, subtitle plus menu contents multiplexed together into a stream format. However, VOB files without IFO or BUP files don’t let DVD menu navigation. IFO (Info) files incorporate all the information a DVD player needs to know about a DVD so that the user can easily navigate plus play all DVD content appropriately (e. g., where a chapter starts off, where a certain audio or subtitle stream is located, information about menu functions plus navigation, etc. )#). BUP (Backup) files are an exact copy plus backup of IFO files in case of corruption.
    And so, VOB files with IFO or BUP may be burnt to a DVD disc plus enjoyed appropriately on DVD player. Following is a quite simple plus reliable approach to burn VOB files to DVD, I am hoping this will be very helpful.
    Tools for burning VOB to DVD:
    1. Windows users: DVD creator software
    2. Mac users: Mac DVD creator software
    3. A blank DVD disc
    Step 1: add VOB files to the DVD creator
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    After installed plus launched the DVD creator, click add button to input the VOB files.
    Step 2: pick DVD menu
    Click the burn button on the right corner of the program to enter in the DVD menu panel, where different DVD menu templates are given for you to choose from. Pick one you like or make you own DVD menu by using your own photo plus music as background picture plus music.
    Step 3: settings
    Now, click next button to enter in the settings panel, choose to Burn VOB to DVD disc/ DVD folder/ ISO image. Select the proper TV standard (NTSC is 30 fps. It’s used in USA, Canada plus Japan. PAL is 25 fps plus it’s used in The european union plus Asia) plus Aspect Ratio, etc.
    Step 4: burn VOB to DVD
    At last, click on the start button to burn VOB to DVD.

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