[MacDV] Burning a ripped video to DVD

Brian Olesky brian4 at sbcglobal.net
Fri Oct 3 16:24:30 PDT 2008

Nope, no copy protection. I'll try disk utility first, then MPEG Streamclip.
I thought once I'd used Mac The Ripper, it was just a matter of reburning
the file to a blank DVD. Even with a mac, nothing is totally easy.


On 10/3/08 4:09 PM, "Gordon Alley" <gordon at gordonalley.com> wrote:

> If you have a recent release of Toast, you could use its functions to create
> a DVD from a VIDEO_TS folder.
> Or, you could use MPEG Streamclip (freeware) to open the appropriate .VOB
> file and save it as a QuickTime Movie, which you could then drop into iDVD
> to create a new one:
> Squared 5 - MPEG Streamclip video converter for Mac and
> Windows<http://www.squared5.com/>
> If your original DVD is not copy-protected, you could just copy it using
> Disk Utility:
> How to copy previously-burned DVD-R video
> discs<http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2059?viewlocale=en_US>
> -Gordon
> On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 5:45 PM, Brian Olesky <brian4 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> I've just used Mac The Ripper to rip a 9-minute video from an existing DVD
>> to my hard drive. Now I'd like to burn the same video onto a blank DVD.
>> However, the folder I ripped from the DVD (named VIDEO_TS) has the
>> following
>> files on it:
>> VTS_01_1.VOB
>> VTS_01_0.IFO
>> VTS_01_0.BUP
>> What's the next step to burning these to a DVD, so someone simply puts it
>> in
>> a player and it just runs?
>> Thanks,
>> Brian

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