Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by capone310, Feb 18, 2005.
what program can i use to put multiple iso's on 1 DVD?
Are you wanting them to play, or is this just for storage?
If you want them to play, then you've got some work cut out for you:
You will have to extract the VIDEO_TS folders from the ISO's (I use winrar for this, isobuster is another program that could do it, there are others). Then you are going to have to "reauthor" the dvd files into a "compilation" in a single VIDEO_TS folder. You could use something as simple as dvd shrink (go to www.dvdshrink.info and view the tutorial on "compilations") or use some kind of dvd authoring software (like NeroVision Express, just to name one I happen to have and use from time to time).
Edit: I've assumed that the ISO's are images of dvd formatted folders. If not, then it will be even more complicated.
yeah i pretty much want to compile them either being a viedo ts folder or an iso image
I know i have to shrink them but how do i compile them into one dvd?
ohh and of course i want to play them on a dvd player
You didn't understand the tutorial at www.dvdshrink.info? Or do I need to post the exact link for you?
oh my bad i missed that part abut the checking out that guide ill go read it right now
good looking out
Maybe using DOS you might be able to do it. Here's what I found on a PS2 game that someone had to recreate:
click on the windows start button and click run
type cmd and hit enter
The MS-DOS screen should appear
type cd c:\
you can copy and paste it if you like
that should bring you to
at this point either type or copy and paste
copy /b shell.000 + shell.001 + shell.002 shell.iso
please note thAt you can only paste this into MS-DOS if you named your files are shell 000 shell 001 etc.
if they are named something else type that in place of shell.
at this point you should see
after a few minutes
then after a few more
then it will say after completion
1 file copied
Should be pretty easy. Just remember to get the file names right.
um? multiple iso's, how big is one iso? if 4.37gig then you wont get many on, 2 will get bad quailty at that size!
thats very interesting!
well what i find out is that i can use dvd shrink to copy the movie title and re-author to build a another dvd file and then copy another movie title from another iso to put it together into one dvd iso
i havent burned one yet so i dont know how it will come out but i probably think its gonna have some other menus and stuff hopefully with both movies
dvd shrink will allow to place 2 main movies on, but one will play after end of last one, to get to second movie you will have to fast forward...
tmpgenc dvd author is an easy basic chapter / menu maker, handy for 2 movie disc setup, put your own pictures or from clips of movie for chapter links
then if it come out to big use dvd shrink or dvd2one
again - instead of tmpgenc dvd author you can use dvd-lab....your choise tho..
that tmpg dvd author works but too bad i only got the trial version
check your pm i have a guide for you!
Hey Rotary, can you send me that guide too?
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