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Create an ISO File

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by dthorpe, Jan 11, 2004.

  1. dthorpe

    dthorpe Member

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    Ok, I ripped a DVD to my hard drive using DVD Decrypter. I would now like to create an large ISO file from the files on my hard drive.
    I tried using CopytoDVD this works but instead of creating 1 large ISO file it creates 6 files that are
    1.48gb each. What want is 1 large file not 6.
    Someone got the solution?
    I am using Windows XP formatted with NTFS so this should not be a problem.


    DT
     
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    Minion Senior member

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    Why Make an ISO File??? There is No advantage to converting the Video_TS folder to ISO and Burning it to DVD then there is to Just burning the Video_TS Folder to DVD....
     
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    What you say makes sense. I'm new to this and one of the things I have been doing is loading up an ISO file with Alcohol 120's virtual drive and then it plays fine on my computer. If the files were left in the Video_TS as you suggest what software could I use
    to play back the files like I have been doing on Alcohol 120's virtual drive.
    Thanks for your help.
    D.T
     
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    If you had the Video_TS Folder you wouldn"t need to Mount it on a Virtual Drive to watch the Movie...You would just need a Software DVD Player Like WinDVD or PowerDVD and use one of them to watch the Movie directly from the Video_TS folder....
     

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