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How to work with ISO files

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by JoeT, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. JoeT

    JoeT Member

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    I have an ISO file on my HD. When I use windows explorer, it does not show up. When I do a search for *.iso, it shows up. My question is, how do I get this folder/files to show up like my other folders and files, so I can rename, move, copy or delete them?

    I am running windows ME.
     
  2. snorkel

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    I am not sure about ME, but in XP, i just go to My Computer, and i look for the folder that i created when i was encoding the movie. As soon as i navigate my way to that folder, the ISO is right there. After I burn my movie, I always just delete it, so it isn't wasting space on my hard drive.
     
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    WinME does not support files > 4GB. If your .iso is larger, it won't be found. Usually Shrink will save images to an .mds instruction set file that is associated with a number of approx 1 GB files that comprise the movie when pieced together.
     

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