It appears that many users even though
they are able to create their DVD files with DVD Shrink, or
any other compression / authoring program, then they have trouble
burning them. Usually the problem is caused because some DVD
recorders come with some crap DVD recording programs in order
to drop the cost. If you are looking for a good and cheap DVD
burner, CopyToDVD is the choice. It can also work with DVD Shrink
3.2, so if you have CopyToDVD and DVD Shrink you can very easily
make your back-ups. Personally it's my burning program of choice!
The program is commercial, so you can buy it (instantly) here.
Just open VsoStart utility from the Start Menu and select Movie
The first option (1) is the one that we are going to use. I
just wanted to tell you that the Copy DVD Video option (2) can
load any other application that you have included and copy a
DVD video disc, including DVD Shrink. In this guide we are going
to show how to burn, so just click Write DVD Video (1).
This window will open. You just have to select the VIDEO_TS.IFO
file of the DVD you want to burn (1). Then click Open (2).
Then you'll have to select your DVD
burner if you have more than 1 burning devices in your system.
Select the right one and click OK.
That's all, writing starts. Pretty
simple and fast, wasn't it? Depending on your DVD burner soon
or later you will have a nice DVD!