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Playing iso image on a laptop

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Sugarray2, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. Sugarray2

    Sugarray2 Member

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    HI,

    I've downloaded the DVD Shrink and DVD decoder and got them to work perfectly. Thanks a million. But I've been trying to get the decoded film to play from my hard drive on my laptop. What else do i have to do to get it to play on my laptop? I've tried searching the threads on the site but can't find anything. Thanks.
     
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    Noqoilpi Regular member

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    DVD Decrypter > Mode > File F
     
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    jim_dandy Active member

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    Hi Sugarray2
    open up your iso in dvd shrink,click file/open iso disc image.When you click backup on dvd shrink, in the select target dropdown,chose hard disc folder.
    good luck
    jD
     
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    Cheers jim_danny that works a treat. Is there anyway to reduce the file size down further? I met someone a while ago who hand a palm pc with a 1Gb memory card who said they could put movies onto that memory with room to spare? Any ideas....
     
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    You can convert dvd to mpeg1 but that is usually over 1gb.You can give this guide a try,dvd to divx,it usually produces a movie around 600 to 700 mb's.Ive never used this guide, but it looks like everything involved is freeware.Its very time, and hard drive, consuming, however.
    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/dvd2divx.cfm
     

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