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I have recently downloaded some concerts via torrents from Dime and the like, these are shows to be shared for free, the resulting files are in VIDEO_TS folders and there is also an .md5 file. This is my first time with dvd downloads and I am completely lost now and would really appreciate some suggestions.

My understanding is that Toast would be helpful, but I’d like to use some freeware if it’s an option, obviously. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Try Burn it's free.
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I use Toast Titanium 8...great program. All you do is drag the entire folder into the window and hit burn. Doesnt get any easier than that....although the software is like $80 but well worth it.
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thanks, i'll have to look in to these options.
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You can use DVD Imager and create a .img file to burn with Disc Utility.
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