ImgBurn is my burning software of choice. This has a number of reasons, from the fact that it is supporting every writing operation that I ever need access to - and dozen others - to the fact that it is available free of charge and not bloated like a popular program starting with the letter N that I have used a decade or so ago.
If there is one thing to criticize, it is the sometimes complicated path that you need to follow to get your data burned to disc. I just noticed that again when trying to burn a Video_TS folder to disc that I created previously with the excellent DVD Flick authoring software.
The requirements should be quite obvious. You obviously need a copy of the DVD burning software ImgBurn on your system, and a properly created Video_TS folder. Load ImgBurn afterwards and follow the instructions below to burn the Video_TS folder to disc so that it is detected as a proper video DVD by DVD players and computer systems.
That's all there is to it to burn a Video_TS folder with ImgBurn.
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