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MOOKIED

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I HAVE MOVIES SAVED TO MY COMPUTER AND THEY'RE IFO AND VOB FILES, BUT I CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO BURN THEM. I AM WAISTING SO MANY DVD'S. I EITHER GET DATA FILES ON THERE AND I CAN'T PLAY THEM ON MY PLAYER, JUST ON THE COMPUTER. OR IT TELLS ME NO DISC. I AM GETTING REAL FRUSTRATED. :tazz:

Edited by MOOKIED, 15 April 2005 - 12:22 PM.

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which even program you're using to copy your movies onto a disk may be the problem. You'll ahve to call the team who has customer support for that type of problem. You can also download Windows media player and that way you can copy stuff onto CDs from your computer...
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Try this. I know this is not a straight forward methd, but it will work. Convert the vob files to avi or mpg files using a encoder ( I use DVDX). Then try writing that file to a DVD using a dvd writer.
It could also be a problem with the player. I have two dvd players at my house. My homemade dvds play in one and doesnt in the other one. Use ur DVDs in some other players and see if it works.

Cheers! :tazz:
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