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Comments: Burning VOB, BUP, and IFO to DVD on Ubuntu

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Today I wanted to burn a video DVD on Ubuntu 8.10. I had a directory dvd with a subdirectory VIDEO_TS. The latter containing the following files:

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Hey,

Great tutorial!

I was having real problems trying to burn ISOs >2GB.

This really helped me out.

Thanks!

Posted by Mike at 02:31 GMT on 31 July 2009

Great tutorial. I used to switch to windows to use Nero to burn video DVDs. Now I do not have to anymore. Thanks again.

Posted by Anonymous at 22:54 GMT on 4 December 2009

Thanks a lot for the information. Great tutorial

Posted by Pepo at 12:52 GMT on 5 December 2010

WOW! Amazingly easy to make the DVD iso file. I went ahead and used k3b to burn the image. But I had no clue it could be so easy to turn all those VOBs into an iso. Thanx.

Posted by Queixa at 23:58 GMT on 1 August 2011

Thank you!

This is by far the simplest and most straightforward method that I've come across.

Posted by Major Tom at 20:50 GMT on 26 October 2011

Great - two lines and I get a working DVD! Thanks.

Posted by Ian at 19:28 GMT on 23 December 2011

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