What is a Video_TS folder?
When you insert a video DVD into your computer, you can open the DVD and view the contents just like a folder on your hard drive. Most video DVDs have two folders in the root directory – AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS. These names are short for "audio transport stream" and "video transport stream."
The VIDEO_TS folder contains all the DVD's video data and playback information. A typical VIDEO_TS folder may look something like the folder below:
How to convert Video_TS folder to DVD?
Many people have no idea what a Video_TS folder is, and how to burn a DVD from a Video_TS folder either. Now that you are clear what a Video_TS folder is, and I believe it will be not difficult to burn a Video_TS folder to DVD for you. Actually, no matter to convert Video_TS folder or some other video formats files to DVD, what you only need is authoring burning software that will fulfill the right files or folders. iSkysoft DVD Burner for Mac is just such a Video_TS Folder to DVD Burner for you. Below is the step by step guide on how to burn Video_TS folder to DVD on Mac with iSkysoft DVD Burner.
Step 1: Launch iSkysoft DVD Burner and enter the main interface as the following shows. Four files importing choices (VIDEO, ISO, .dvdmedia, VIDEO_TS) are available there.
Step 2: Choose the VIDEO_TS item and you will be informed to “Drag VIDEO_TS folder here to start”. Just follow the tip to drag your VIDEO_TS folder into iSkysoft DVD Burner from your hard drive.
Step 3: Click the “Burn” button to burn Video_TS folder to DVD.
Just a single click to the “Burn” button and proper settings, you can make your Video_TS folder burned into DVD, which would be watchable on your computer or home DVD players.
Are you ready to have a try with this Video_TS to DVD Burner to enjoy an amazing Video_TS folder to DVD burning journey.
Tips：What are the .IFO, .VOB and .BUP files in Video_TS folder for?
The .IFO (information) files contain basic information about the DVD and the corresponding .VOB files. This includes what data should be loaded when the DVD is first inserted, where the DVD chapter markers are located, and what DVD commands can be entered by the user.
The .VOB (video object) files contain the majority of the DVD data. This includes the actual video and audio data as well as subtitles, additional viewing angles, and other video-related data. They can be a maximum of 1 GB in size, which is why multiple .VOB files are often required when creating a video DVD. Some programs can extract video data from .VOB files or play back the video data directly.
The .BUP (backup) files are exact copies of the .IFO files. The serve as backups in case the original .IFO files become corrupted and cannot be read. Since the DVD cannot be played back without valid information files, the .BUP files reduce the risk of a small error or scratch on the disc ruining the DVD.
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