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I made a family dvd with i-movie, then used i-dvd to make it an actual dvd with menu's, themes, slideshows etc.. Now I have it on a dvd, BUT! Want to save it onto my external hard drive (I also Deleted it from i-dvd) Every time I go to save it is shows (2) folders) Audio and video. How can I just save it as one, Openable/viewable file that I can access and watch at my leisure? Thanks in advance!
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If I have totally missed the search feature here please let me know what I should be searching for?! I tried but found nothing..
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You don't need to save both.
If you look in the AUDIO_TS folder it's empty, you only need drag the VIDEO_TS folder, which you can then open in DVD Player or VLC for example, or burn to a DVD to watch.

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Thanks Kevriano, But how do I then view the file at a later date with dvd player? to watch? Thanks again!!
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You can open a Video TS file in DVD player from the file menu.

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Thank you VERY much!!
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