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question about IMG files

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by zixer, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. zixer

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    just got an img file, tried to rename it to iso, burned it, work in the comp, doesnt work in the standalone dvd players, anyone have any ideas what the problem might be, ive heard sometimes changing the file extension to iso wont work
     
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    Try using Ultra ISO to view the contents of an Image file if you do not wish to decompress it first.
     
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    (Please Disregard - Repost)
     
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    its in that format
     
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    In what format? VOB/IFO/BUP?

    We need to be clear on the format before we go further :)
     
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    yea arranged in the TS video folders
     
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    Have you tried mounting the image in Daemon Tools and burning it from there?
     

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