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Kyle Joner
A little VTS mystery I am hoping a creative cow can solve
on Jan 23, 2013 at 8:40:49 pm

I somehow burned a DVD as an HD DVD instead of a standard DVD and lost all the components a few days later. I spent all day yesterday finding out how to demux the HD DVD (which I finally did using HDDVD Demuxer in bootcamp) and created a folder with the following files in it: "AudioList.xml"; a "VMG" folder containing an empty "menu" folder; and three "VTS" folders (VTS_001, 002 and 003 respectively) that contain the three film components on the DVD separated into "menu" and "titles" folders holding the .wav and .m2v files.

I have spent hours searching the web for instructions on how to get these files back onto a DVD. There is plenty of info about burning VIDEO_TS and BUP files but nothing I could find to help convert the files I have back into a VIDEO_TS file to burn.

I realize it's probably something so obvious that only an idiot like me could overlook it but there it is and any help would be moooo-uch appreciated.


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eric pautsch
Re: A little VTS mystery I am hoping a creative cow can solve
on Jan 24, 2013 at 5:07:08 am

Where are the original files? The master project? Best thing to do is start over.

Im confused since HD DVDs dont contain VOB files or VTS



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Kyle Joner
Re: A little VTS mystery I am hoping a creative cow can solve
on Jan 24, 2013 at 7:54:05 pm

The original files (along with the master project) were on a stolen computer and are gone.

Yes, HD DVD does not contain VOB files but I was able to demux the files from a burned HD DVD disc using HDDVD Demuxer in Windows. So I have all the files but they are now VTS files and need to be converted into VIDEO_VT, VOB and BUP files to burn onto a DVD.


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eric pautsch
Re: A little VTS mystery I am hoping a creative cow can solve
on Jan 24, 2013 at 10:43:53 pm

That's weird....doesn't Demuxer just give you the original m2v files? And audio?

Try opening the VTS FILES with Streamclip



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