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    Default DVD Video

    Hi,

    short question - what are the correct settings for creating and burning a Video-DVD? Is it enough to just drop AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folder into the list, then select UDF-option for filesystem and push burn button? Will this result in a DVD-Video compliant disc that can be played back on standalones?

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    Knilch

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    Tschens Brems
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    I asked myself the same question recently.
    It would be helpful if Astroburn would have a burning profile called "DVD Video" where it automatically creates the AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS folders where the user has to put the files in.

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    As far as i remember CopyToDVD sets filesystem to UDF when selecting DVD Video. So it should be enough to set filesystem to UDF and create these both folders.
    Make something idiot proof, but then they just make a better idiot
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    Tschens Brems
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    I think the developers could make our lifes easier just by adding "(DVD Video)" after "Data:UDF". The everybody can be sure that this is the correct file system to create a DVD Video.

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    this is already on our to-do list

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    Nice to hear :-)

    By the way, I wish you all a very mery Christmas!

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    Beitrag

    That is good to hear, because I can Nero finally removed from the disk.

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