Question about Popcorn

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  1. JzzTrump22 macrumors 65816

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    I am going to burn a copy of a movie. I was wondering if i am doing this correctly... I select Video TS as the type of disk i'm making (left panel of the program) then i select the video ts folder. Thats been working fine for my other movies. However, this move has an audio TS folder as well. So what should i do? Do i make it a DVD (first option on left panel of program)? Do i even have to burn the audio TS folder? Just incase you need the layout of the folders it has it's....
    Movie title folder--->audio AND video ts folders
     
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    Please, i would really like to know the answer to this.
     
  4. expergo macrumors regular

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    I think the programs usually just create teh audio_ts folder on it autmoatically.
     
  5. JzzTrump22 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    So i should still just burn the video ts by itself?
     
  6. daveL macrumors 68020

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    Yes. Normally I have a top level folder that corresponds to the name of the DVD (MacTheRipper automatically does this). I just point Popcorn to the DVD title folder; it figures out the rest. i.e. finds the VIDEO_TS folder and runs with it.
     
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