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Combing two video_ts folder to create one DVD


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I am not sure how to search for this on the forums so if this has been discussed please point me to the correct thread.

How can I combine two Video_TS folders and the data inside to make one file to be able to burn on one DVD?
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combining two video ts folders and shrinking them to fit onto one dvd is going to compress them so much that your video quality will be horrible, unless you are using dual layer disks, and then my answer is, i dont know
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what about combining two or more avi files into one?
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what about combining two or more avi files into one?
um, there is some prog. i found on versiontracker.com that could do this. the neame of it had something to do with 'stitching" or 'stitch' i believe i searched for 'join avi files'
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dvd2onex will do it for you.
and depending on how big each VIDEO_TS folder is, it may still look fine.
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Well if your copying DVDS they are dual layer. Most movies you rent from block buster are dual layer. So if you are trying to put two movies on 1 regular dvd quality is going to be real bad.

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how big is each VIDEO_TS folder?
when you add both of them.. what size would they be?
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