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    i have a video ts file 7.0 gb and want to put it on a dbl layer disk i can't seam to burn anything in dbl disks i do have a dbl layer burner even outher files won't burn too ?

    i have been using img burn
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    1. make and model number of the burner.
    2. What is the firmware
    3. Exact size of the Video_TS folder

    First try to convert the Video_TS folder to an ISO using ImgBurn; you will see the option on the opening screen of "Create Image file from files/folders"

    If that succeeds, then burn the ISO that is created with ImgBurn.

    Is this Video File you have from a rip of a DVD movie and if so; what movie is it and what did you use for a decrypter.

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