After Burn Getting Separate Audio and Video TS Files

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SteveD1
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After Burn Getting Separate Audio and Video TS Files

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I’m converting an MP4 file from a USB to DVD. It’s a video my wife made on her Mac, a montage of pictures with an audio track. The file is around 4.5gb and I am using DVD+R DL discs due to the size. I’m choosing not to have a menu since it’s for my 95 year old grandmother and want the video to just play at start up. After the video finishes burning, I’m left with two separate folders on the dvd, an audio and video TS folder. What am I doing wrong?

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Re: After Burn Getting Separate Audio and Video TS Files

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Nothing wrong.

DVD must have Audio_TS and Video_TS folders to be standard. Video files are inside Video_TS where player can find them.
If you make DVD audio-only disc then all files are in Audio_TS and nothing inside Video_TS.
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Re: After Burn Getting Separate Audio and Video TS Files

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But I am not getting a single movie file that plays. Just the two folders. When I try to play the dvd nothing happens

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Re: After Burn Getting Separate Audio and Video TS Files

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What are you using to play?

Windows does not have DVD player as default anymore. If you try to play it on computer then you need software that supports playing DVD.

Stand alone player should play that just fine, unless the disc you are using is not supported on that player. (Player might support only DVD+R and your disc is DVD-R or vice versa)
Last issue is that some older DVD players require that DVD has at least 1 Gb of files to recognize it as playable DVD.
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