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How Do I Open Or Convert And ISO File?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Cosmo1111, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Cosmo1111

    Cosmo1111 Regular member

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    I had a file. It was a BIN file. I ran it through a program called UltraISO but I could only convert that BIN to ISO. I need to convert the ISO to another video file (MPG, AVI) something that DivxToDVD will register
     
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    BIN and ISO are not video file formats, their disc formats (CD/DVD). UltraISO allows you to convert BIN to ISO and etc. It also allows you to extract the mpg/mpeg from that BIN/ISO..

    Thats what you need to do : extract the mpg/mpegs or avi (more than likely mpg/mpeg from a BIN).. you should also have a cue file, I believe UltraISO needs the cue file in order to extract video streams (mpg/mpeg) properly from the BIN. Look around the guides here or over at Doom9.org and Videohelp.com for howto extract video from a BIn/ISO..

     
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    hi

    just load the bin file, then open the mpeg folder and the file inside right click then a drop down box opens and click extract!
     
  4. Cosmo1111

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    I did extract the file last week. But I did remember the "extract MPG" click. So I located the BIN file with UltraISO and went to Extract MPG" and it worked :)

    So the file is now in MPG :)

    I spend a good deal of time searching programs that would do that and it was right infront of me the whole time. Its good I know this because its more then certain to happen again
     
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