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jay lee
Changing VIDEO_TS Volume Name upon Burning
on Aug 5, 2006 at 5:09:30 pm

Good morning all,
Thought this was a simple issue but simply unable to find an elegant solution.
I author and prepare my projects in DVD Architect 3.0 and then simply burn the resulting VIDEO_TS folder to disk via Roxio Disk Copier Vers. 7.

The volume name I enter in DVD Architect does not burn on to the disk which simply appears as


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George W.
Re: Changing VIDEO_TS Volume Name upon Burning
on Aug 5, 2006 at 7:08:36 pm

DVDShrink will let you burn an IMAGE to your hard drive, and also let you give it a volume name...

Then you would just need to burn the DVD Image to disc...

btw, which version of DVD Architect are you using (Studio or Full)? I thought the FULL version allows you to burn the volume name in the "Make DVD" step...

Regards,
George


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jay lee
Re: Changing VIDEO_TS Volume Name upon Burning
on Aug 5, 2006 at 9:37:11 pm

Good afternoon George,
Thank you for taking the time to write.
I am using the full version of Architect 3.0. And yes it does give you an opportunity to input a value for volume name in


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Anoni Moose
Re: Changing VIDEO_TS Volume Name upon Burning
on Aug 6, 2006 at 6:41:06 am

AFAIK the Volume Label isn't in the VIDEO_TS stuff. When burning a DVD from "Nero Burning Rom" (what I use, because I've been using it forever) you can just type in the Volume name in a box on the Label tab of the Compilation Properties. Have done it, works fine. But it's not a "disk copying" thing, it's a "DVD-Video" project and you drag your VIDEO_TS directory into the project and then usually just edit the volume label there, although one can do it the properties as well as mentioned above.



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jay lee
Re: Changing VIDEO_TS Volume Name upon Burning
on Aug 7, 2006 at 9:25:06 am

Anoni,
Thank you for writing. I see......the volume name is not embedded in the video_TS files, thus a "copy" will not add a volume name. Shall try Nero.
Thanks for the suggestion.

Cheers,

J


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