Discussion in 'All other topics' started by TW1NKLE, Jun 20, 2007.
Is an ISO file a file that'll play on all DVD?
An ISO File, is an basically image of a DVD, or CD.
This File is not what is put onto a CD or DVD, but contains the files that are.
Consider it as a ZIP file.
If you've ever explored the contents of a DVD movie on your PC's DVD drive, you will have seen something like this; two folders, VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS.
The VIDEO_TS folder contains all the compressed video and sound files, as well as the information that allows the player to access them in proper order. The AUDIO_TS folder is used for DVD-audio disks and is left empty for DVD-video, though it is always included for compatibility reasons.
The contents of a typical VIDEO_TS folder will resemble this:
Therefore; DVD files end in .VOB .BUP and .IFO
Hope this helps!
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