BUP is a file extension for a backup file format used by a number of programs to create an automatic backup of a data file in case of program errors, or the file becomes corrupt, lost or unusable. DVD info file (IFO) backup is the most common use for BUP files.
What is a VTS file format?
Unlike digital video files that can be played on your computer with a series of codecs and digital media players, DVDs use a standardized set of already rendered file types, called Video Title Sets, that can be identified on any DVD player.
What are IFO files on a DVD?
It is the counterpart of a .VRO file, where the VRO contains the media stream information, and the IFO file contains information for chapters, subtitles and audio tracks. To be DVD-compliant, a VIDEO_TS.IFO file (also referred to as the VMGI, or Video Manager Information file) needs to be present on a DVD.
How do I burn VOB files to playable DVD?
Start the program. Stick a blank recordable DVD in your DVD drive. To add VOB (IFO, and BUP) files, you can drag the desired video files (left-click, hold, and drag) into the window of this VOB to DVD converter, or click the “+” button to select the video file(s) you wish to add to this burn operation.
Can I play VOB files on Windows Media Player?
A VOB file can be opened on a computer by playing it with most modern media players. For example, VLC Media Player and Windows Media Player 12 or higher play VOB files, even though they may claim that the file is not supported. For example, Final Media Player supports FLV, MP4, 3GP, VOB, WMV, and other “rare” formats.
Can Realplayer play VOB files?
Our software can play any type of media that your computer is set up to play, including audio, video, and streaming media formats. In addition, the PlayPack that comes with RealTimes and RealPlayer Plus 16 contains the software required to play .webm, .mkv, .vob, and .divx files.