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i'm running osx tiger, and need some help putting video files on dvd. these files are set up in a weird way, but i believe they're exactly the format that they are on dvd. there are lots of files with names like

vts_01_0.bup

vts_01_0.vob

vts_01_0.ifo


some of them can be played in VLC, others cannot. i know there's something about needing to create a disc image to make it a dvd that you can watch on a dvd pllayer, but i don't know where to start. i would appreciate any help.
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are they in a folder called video_ts?

If so, you can just burn the folder using Toast and if not...you might just be able to put the files into a folder called VIDEO_TS.

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yeah they are in a folder called video_ts. i do have toast, but the only problem is i had to reformat my hard drive and i lost my cd key for toast 7. do you have one i can use?


and if i use toast and just burn the folder called video_ts, it will be playable on most dvd players?
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Did you purchase Toast online at Roxio and did they Email you your key? If so, I would send them an Email or log into their site and try to retrive your key. It's illegal to for anyone here to share their key with you.
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