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ISO Vs TS Folders - Revisited

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  • Started 3 years ago by StevePaul
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Posted yesterday 
Posts: 99

Wow, it's been such a long time since I visited this forum (still one of the best in my opinion !!)...

Anyway the reason for my visit...

I was recently asked by a few people to let them have copies of some the films I have, but on DVD for playing in traditional DVD players...

The films I have are in various formats (Avi, Xvid, MP4 etc)...

I have read quite a few articles on the best video converters and burners and have downloaded quite a few to try them out but am still not quite sure which is the best format to use when burning to a DVD...

I read the original article on this forum (hence the subject of the post) but it didn't mention Mpeg2 format which I believe is also an option...

So my simple question is - Which format is best (ISO, TS Folders or Mpeg2) and why or doesn't it really matter...

Any suggestions on software would also be appreciated...

Posted 3 years ago
Posts: 4100 Have a read through this may help you.

Posted 3 years ago
Posts: 99

Thanks ...

Posted 3 years ago

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