Getting Alcohol is not my style.I use a lot of burning software but this but won’t hurt to try.Any burning software has on main menu choices for cd and dvd and also for type of cd’s audio video etc.If you have Nero or something like that look for burn image, iso finally is an image file and start from there.Look at the size of the file over 700 MB won’t work on cd so if you have a dvd burner use it.
The way that U describe 2 me is not at all an ISO File. An ISO i an image file. ISO or image file couldn’t b xtract unless U mount it with alcohol 120%. So in this case U r having a TS_Folder video file instead. So I guess U have 2 get ur TS_Folder video file in bed with nero. N remember that not all TS_Folder video file r compatible with nero. If I were U, I would rather dl a new 1 in avi or mpeg format at around 700mb 2 800mb cus whenever when a file come in 1400mb, it’s usually get packed in RAR. (at around 14.90mb each estimated at 140 files total)
Well U can throw that damn file n flush it down the toilet.
OK, so I used Nero to burn the image and everything worked fine. One exception though, the movie is clearly in Anamorphic Widescreen format, but shows in standard 4:3 mode. The image is stretched vertically, not horizontally. And I have my DVD player and projector set at 16:9, so no need to ask if those setting are correct, lol. Any suggestions?
he is trying to burn starwars 3 . the file is called sith.iso and it has 2 separate folders called somehtign like audio and video, now instead of extracting all that shit he just wants to burn the iso image onto a dvd disk , so it will work in dvd players u got that guys now how cna this be done?
I have a similar situation where a client gave me some .iso files of some presentation films made in 16:9, but when I use Nero to burn them, they come out at 4:3. Any advice on how to burn an amorphic 16:9 iso to DVD properly would be greatly appriciated!
Just had to say that that yoshika cunt is a fucking waste of air, what a stupid fucking assbirth. Anyway, I too was seeking to find out how to burn sith.iso to a dvd, anyone not too tired to help out?
No..I am not too tired 2 help U out. Use DVD Shrink. Here r the step by step process.
1 - Open DVD Shrink
2 - On the upper left hand corner U’ll see File, Edit, View, Help
3 - Click once on file n then click on open disc image....Ctrl+I
N finally search 4 the file or files that U want n open it.
Well, that’s it. The rest will DVD Shrink take care of it, cun7.
PS. If U don’t have DVD shrink, here’s the link.
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Thank you very much for responding TopsyTurvy, I just installed dvd-shrink and have nero 6 as well. I hope that this will allow me to burn the sith.iso to dvd.
The issue I had was that I could mount the .iso image with daemon tools but when I tried to open the .iso using media player classic I had no sound.(The Audio_Ts folder is empty by the way) If I extract the .iso I can go to the .vob files in the Video_Ts folder and play them directly but the two .vob files do not match up. There seems to be a section of the film missing.
I really hope that if I burn the image using dvd-shrink as you suggest that I will get a working copy. I am working with a 1.34Gb .iso image so it does not need to be shrunk, but I imagine you are aware of this and dvdshrink will sort it out for me.
Thanks again for responding, it is much appreciated whether it helps me or not. I shall find out very soon. Just waiting for another torrent to complete before I install my new burner. :)
cun7..1st DVD shrink will analyze ur iso image n then it will do the encoding b 4 finally burning it. Well..U will get a perfect DVD copy Of Star Wars III - Revenge Of The Sith. Lucky 4 U that U have the workprint Of Star Wars B cause the FBI r chasing every torrent site that is distributing it. The 1st 1 2 falls is elit torrent.
Thanks for the replies. Here’s the method I ended up using that worked well:
Use IFOedit www.ifoedit.com:
Click “Open” and browse to the “VIDEO_TS” folder and load “VTS_01_0.IFO”
When loaded, in the top window, click on “VTSI_MAT” then in the bottom window, double click on “0000200”
A pop-up window will appear where you can change the Aspect Ratio, you should also tick “Automatic Letterboxed”
Make sure you save each IFO when you’re finished.
Burn using your favorite DVD authoring software. Easy-peasy :)