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when i make ISO file the quality sucks. HELP

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by Mole55, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. Mole55

    Mole55 Guest

    I made a video_TS folder and played that on DVD player and its fine. then when i make it into an ISO file i play it on DVD player and the quality sucks and skips. I use TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6 to make ISO file from Video_TS Folder. HELP... I want to make good quality ISO files.
     
  2. OU812Ono

    OU812Ono Regular member

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    I make my .iso's with Dvd Decryptor. If you haven't tried it give it a shot it's free. That's if your ripping a Dvd. If you have the files you want to convert you can try Dvd Shrink.
     
  3. bazilla

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    I don't understand what you are saying here. How do you "play" an ISO on a DVD player? An ISO is but an image of the dvd file structure. When you burn it to the DVD, it becomes a VIDEO_TS folder, just as if you burned the VIDEO_TS to dvd directly.
     
  4. Mole55

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    ALl you do is put the ISO on a virtual drive and you can play it
     
  5. Mole55

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    Also, DVD shrink cannot make ISO files. from VIDEO_TS folder.
     
  6. Mole55

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    Just to let you guys know the ISO was made from anime i downloaded so its data not from a real dvd.
     
  7. StanH1000

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    Mole_55, you are mistaken.
    Shrink certainly can open files from VIDEO_TS folder, analyze them, and create an ISO that can be burned using DVD Decryptor. It is even a menue option.
     
  8. bazilla

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    But that's not what you said. You said:
    Is this a portable player with a virtual drive that can play ISOs? Or are you talking about a dvd player connected to a TV?
     
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    hi

    wow this thread has gone deep! now will the poster write as much detail as possible as we are all confused including me?????????????

    from start to finish....
     
  10. Kingd

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    Why don't you just burn the video_TS outright and try that? Why do you need to convert it to ISO to burn? That makes no sense.
     
  11. Kingd

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    Kingd: The reason i say this is to make sure your vobs are ok. If it works fine when burned to disk, then you can rip that disk with decryptor to create your ISO.
     

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