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ISO, IMG Question

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by Louie518, Dec 25, 2007.

  1. Louie518

    Louie518 Member

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    Hello, I am new here, I want to say Happy Holidays to all. I have a question.
    I recently Accuired an Iso of a DVD Movie, is there a way to tell if the Iso or Img file is Pal or NTSC, without having to use Isobuster to extract the VIDEO_TS FOLDER, would like to know if there is a quicker way,

    any help on this matter is greatly appreciated Thank you.
    Louie
     
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    attar Senior member

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    Ohhh wow thank you so much attar works like a charm bless you, what else can this thing do lol

    thank you thank you
    Louie
     
  4. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Mostly for AVI and the like, it will tell you length of the video, the frame size, the video and audio codecs that were used to make the file and if they are installed on your PC - if they are not installed the file won't play..
    The buttons (lower left) under 'MS A/V', press 1 to render the file, press 2 to play it.
    (not with ISO's though).
     
  5. Louie518

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    Very Cool lil Program i like it, thanks again for the info attar,

    Louie
     
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    olyteddy Regular member

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    You can also play it in VLC.
     
  7. varnull

    varnull Guest

    Or mount it on a virtual drive (nero/alcohol120%) and play it with any dvd player program.
     

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