dodecahedron wrote:3. what are the VIDEO_TS.BUP, VIDEO_TS.IFO and VIDEO_TS.VOB at the beginning what's the diff from eg. VTS_01_0.BUP, VTS_01_0.IFO, VTS_01_0.VOB ? does VTS_01_0 mean title 1 scene 0 or something like that? and the VIDEO_TS.* are disc-general not specific to a particular scene ?
BP = Backup-file of the IFO
IFO = Content table of the disc
VOB = movie-file (you can play it with WinDVD directly)
Video_TS = Menu
VTS = Contents the movie(s)
These files are the standard for DVD-Video. If more than one chapter exists, you don´t can it see when looking at the files, because a full DVD have max. 5 VTS-files.
If you have more than one track you can see it when looking directly at the vob-files, 9 files means 8 tracks (if no track is bigger than 1 GB), because you have a vob-file for the menu.
If you have files like VTS_01_2 you can see that Track 1 is bigger than 1GB. VTS_02_2 shows you that track 2 is bigger than one GB.
Maybe this help you, my english is not perfect at all: