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Convert to ISO File

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by her0vit, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. her0vit

    her0vit Member

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    Hi i just got a movie off the net and i was wondering how to convert it to a iso file so i would be able to burn it on a disc and watch it on my dvd player? I appreciate any feed back thanks.
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    What format is the movie in now?
     
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    her0vit,
    You don't have to essentially convert the movie file to ISO in order to burn it as a DVD. Use DVD Flick, a strong DVD authoring tool to convert your video file to DVD. Here's aguide. Also, it has a built-in burn engine.
     
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    okie dokie i will try that thanks alot.
     
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    what was the file to start with?
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    As Rotary stated we still need to know the file type you are working with. If you have an .avi then you will need DVD Flick as suggested by Pryme_H. If you have a DVD Rip then you can simply use Imgburn in build mode to burn directly to the disc.
     
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    the file type was .avi and dvd flick worked great, thanks alot.
     

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