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Question How do I convert ISO

Discussion in 'Convert video to another format' started by Accept, Feb 8, 2018.

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    I'm sorry if I'm not understanding you correctly but it sounds like you're just talking about watching a dvd or ISO with sound. I have no problem watching a dvd or ISO or TS folder that I make using DVD Shrink and they have always had sound.

    I just want to save a two or three minute clip from a movie sometimes but I can't get any sound in my Cyberlink DVD Suite. I thought maybe I can change the format of a movie and I might get some sound while using Cyberlink.
     
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    I understand perfectly what you want.I need to know once you have cut the segment that's only 2 mins long.That there is audio there & what type.To do this i want the info mediainfo will provide & having klite installed although may not help apart from mediainfo,it won't hurt either.DVDShrink can cut the segment out with trim front & end,make sure audio is selected & make sure it's english (shrink should have settings that allow to auto select preferred lang & subs)

    By rights once the above is done,cyber should be able to play it with audio.If it doesn't then it means there's a setting wrong in cyber & perhaps a preferred lang option or the install of cyber is corrupt or it's just buggy.In instances like yours i don't attempt to get it to work in a particular player,i switch to one that will.However that doesn't help us learn why there's an issue

    edit: Don't create an iso let shrink make video_ts instead.Extraction of a video iso i would use 7zip on it or winrar not dvd shrink.Then cut out what you want with shrink & use another program like vidcoder to convert to an mkv (in your case you may need to convert to mp4 or whatever format cyber supports).
     
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    Making a clip using DVD Shrink worked great. My first clip is only 43 seconds long but it has sound and plays perfect on my VLC media player. I didn't read your edit before I tried this so I did make an ISO and it's only 15.9mb's. Would you still suggest I change the format?
     
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    I would expect vlc & klite to play an iso no problem as they are supported formats.They are also both free & widely available as install or in vlc's case can come in portable versions,which means no matter where you are or what computer,playing anything will never be an issue,assuming file isn't corrupt

    Change format ? i thought you were hell bent on getting cyberlink to play it.So which is it,because if your not bothered with cyberlink on some files , then the movies or whatever can be anything from an iso to mkv to mp4.However if you want cyberlink to be the primary media player then you'll need to convert the video files or,leave the video as it is i.e video_ts & change that folder name to dirty harry,or whatever name you want to use
     
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    I use VLC to play movies and video clips. I just wanted to use Cyberlink because I thought it was the only program I had that I could use to make video clips, didn't know I could use DVD Shrink.
     

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