Convert Mpeg To Ifo Vob & Bup

In order to convert any video into IFO, VOB and BUP files, users will need to format the media onto a DVD.

When a DVD video is burned, the disc is formatted with IFO, VOB and BUP files. An IFO file stores playback information, while VOB files contains video data. BUP files are indexes that guide disc navigation. In order to convert any video into IFO, VOB and BUP files, users will need to format the media onto a DVD. MPEG compression standards are used to encode MPG and MP4 digital video files. Users can write MPEG videos onto DVD by utilizing a DVD-authoring application. iDVD is the DVD creation software included in the MacOSX line of applications. PC users can also install DVD Flick as a free third-party alternative, although Windows DVD Maker is native to Windows. These programs are distributed by different manufacturer, but they all employ a similar process for burning DVDs.

Instructions

1. Convert the MPEG video into another digital video format that is supported by the DVD-authoring application. Skip this step if the program can accept MPG or MP4 input files in their native format.

2. Insert a blank DVD-R into the computer DVD-ROM drive.

3. Open the DVD-authoring application. Save a new file for the project.

4. Import the converted media into the DVD-authoring application.

5. Set up a menu. The user interface will enable users to navigate the contents of the disc.

6. Run a simulation of the disc’s viewing experience. If the results are satisfactory, save changes to the project.

7. Burn the project onto the DVD-R. The disc will automatically eject when the DVD is ready for use. Reload the disc into the DVD-ROM drive.

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8. Explore the file directory of the DVD. The IFO, VOB and BUP files will be stored in a folder labeled VIDEO_TS.