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Creating Iso File

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Basenco, May 2, 2007.

  1. Basenco

    Basenco Regular member

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    A friend of mine just downloaded imgburn and is having problems creating the .iso file. I can't remember the steps. Can someone assist me with this? Thanks.
     
  2. Shardel

    Shardel Guest

    Imgburn is the burning program. You create the ISO file with either
    DVD Decrypter or Shrink. Look under the guides. You will find very
    good instructions on how to use them. Look under software for the
    downloads.
    There is a very good guide for Imgburn here also.
     
  3. Basenco

    Basenco Regular member

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    That's what I thought. Let me see what my friend has in his settings. Thanks.
     
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    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    ISO is created with Imgburn in "Build" mode...

    Here is a guide for you.
     
  5. Basenco

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    Very helpful. Thanks
     
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    WHAT EXACTLY IS AND ISO FILE? DOES IT BACKUP DVDS?

    THANKS,

    SAWBG
     
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    An ISO image (.iso) is a disk image of an ISO 9660 file system, it's basically [bold]a single file that represents your movie in the .iso format[/bold]/file system. There are apps that can be used create a .iso image of your video files (or any file sets), once the image has been created, all you need is an app that can burn it to disk (imgburn will do both as far as video files are concerned).
     
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