Iso to Avi (divx or Xvid)

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Hey guys you’re going on wrong way! Iso is an image file and never is going to be converted in whatever format you like.First use any iso tool like MagicISo or IsoBuster or Ultraiso and so on extract the mpeg from your file and convert it to whatever.

You’re right.But it is ok to burn ISO to DVD directly. reply

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10-29-2009 11:02 PM
Flysis
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Quote=Aubrey]U could use winRAR to extract the files from the ISO and then use any VOB 2 AVI (Or w/e type of movie file is in the ISO) program. U can use the trial version of winRAR which is located at http://www.rarlab.com. There are no programs that can convert ISO to AVI with good quality, so i suggest this.

Thank you, Aubrey. Your advice was very helpful. I have gone through lots of forums to look for ways to burn ISO files to DVD to watch on DVD player. Lots of recommendations such as DVD Shrink, DVD FAb, Fairuse, etc. and none worked. Your way is the simplest way to burn ISO files. Thank you very much. reply

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11-07-2009 01:32 PM
ak71

I have an iso file that I want to convert to avi or wmv or mpeg for the purposes of importing it into moviemaker. Its about 90 minutes long. Have not been able to accomplish with iso buster or dvd decrypt. Any suggestions? thanks reply

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11-19-2009 01:25 AM
bartj

I live pussy. Do you? shrink this. http://www.nakedworldrecords.com/jokepenis.jpg reply

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01-03-2010 12:46 PM
Giggady

For Ubuntu (and other linux) users -

1) Extract the contents of the ISO using Archive Manager, the default extracting program for Linux.

for me this extracted Video.VOB along with a Video.IFO and Video.BUP files.(but it shouldn’t matter what format is in the ISO)

2).VOB files can be played using VLC

This is a very simple way to watch movies from ISO files, without using complicated mounting/converting programs. simply extract your ISO and enjoy.

Hope this helps someone. reply

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01-21-2010 05:35 PM
RIvo

http://handbrake.fr reply

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01-28-2010 12:23 PM
sjmiles

Sorry, I should have been clearer. Handbrake is an excellent solution for converting ISOs to mp4 or mkv.

“HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows."

http://handbrake.fr reply

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01-28-2010 12:28 PM
sjmiles

please note that using winrar will only extract the files in formation ie vob1 vob2 etc and winrar will let you end up with around 8 or more vob files that are independant to each other so when you convert the vob files to .Avi you will end up with the same ammount of files but in .Avi format..the best way is to simply use a program for mobile phone use ie nokia converter or samsung (nokia is far better) and free then you simply write your iso or image file to a re writab le dvd then the nokia program will simply convert the movie to mp4v and thats fine if you like Mp4v but then you can use Mp4v to convert to Divx or to any other format and the quality is good .....and this is all free but you do need to spend around 30 mins with your laptop to set/convert the movie that is typicaly 120 mins long...end result is a 4.3GB movie to around 700MB and high quality... reply

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07-25-2010 07:09 PM
Nokia Guy

Try using DVDFab for a conversion from ISO to what ever format you want it can do it in high quality and everything. Very good, although it can only do 1 audio track. I am still trying to find a program that can support and encode at least 2 audio tracks. If anyone knows one or has one that does please let me know.
Thanks reply

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07-26-2010 02:10 AM
Random

I used the following:

1) DVD Shrink - to convert a DVD to a ".iso” file (100% free to use)
2) Any Video Converter - to convert an ".iso” file to AVI or MPEG etc (100% free to use)

Both of the above software can be downloaded for free from the internet easily and both are free:-) reply

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10-05-2010 05:29 PM
Easy Solution

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Instructions

Convert the ISO to VOBs
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Download DVD Shrink from the DVD Shrink website (see Resources). This free software extracts ISO files from DVDs, then grabs the VOB files from the ISOs.
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Open the ISO file in DVD Shrink. Click the “Open Disc” button, browse for the ISO on your computer and click “Open” when you find it.
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Click the “Re-author” button at the top of the DVD Shrink screen. All of the folders and VOB files stored on the ISO file will appear in the right pane, broken up into categories, such as “Main Movie” and “Extras."
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Drag the files you want to convert into MP4 from the right pane into the left pane of the DVD Shrink window. If you want to convert the entire ISO, pull all of the files into the left pane.
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Click “Edit” and select “Preferences” from the menu. Click on the “Output Files” tab, check the box next to “Split VOB files into 1GB size chunks," then click “OK."
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Click on the “Backup!" button. Choose the “Hard Disk Folder” option under “Select backup target," click the “Browse” button to choose the folder where you would like the VOB files to save, check the box next to “Create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subfolders” and click “OK." The program will convert the ISO file into separate VOB files and save them to the location you chose.
Convert the VOB to MP4
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Go to the website Media-Convert.com, which provides an online conversion system that can handle numerous types of conversions, including VOB to MP4.
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Click on the “Browse” button to upload a file to the converter. The “Input format” box will fill in automatically when the file uploads.
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Use the pull-down menu next to “Output format” and choose “MPEG advanced audio coding (.mp4)." Click the “OK” button to start converting. Your screen will monitor the progress of the conversion.
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Download the MP4 file from the link provided on Media-Convert. Right-click on the link and choose the “Save As” option to select a folder where you would like to save the MP4 file.



Read more: How to Convert ISO to MP4 | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5602046_convert-iso-mp4.html#ixzz13Rur9mic reply

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10-26-2010 03:55 AM
hey

the source was http://www.ehow.com/how_5602046_convert-iso-mp4.html reply

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10-26-2010 03:56 AM
hey

Nerosoftware maybe do this. reply

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11-15-2010 04:12 AM
redflower
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Marcus Aurelius wrote:
Hey guys you’re going on wrong way! Iso is an image file and never is going to be converted in whatever format you like.First use any iso tool like MagicISo or IsoBuster or Ultraiso and so on extract the mpeg from your file and convert it to whatever.

Duh~! Thank you... reply

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11-18-2010 11:46 PM
Sindinista

shadowman7692000 wrote:
You guys seem to be wasting alot of time with this trivial question, now i realize that there are rookies out there in the p.c world but jesus! this is so easy i am having a hard time believing that you are all having such trouble. anyway. dvdshrink and dvd decryptor are all i can say!

Shrink and Decryptor only work with DVDs - they don’t recognize ISO files already on your computer, thus are useless and irrelevent to this discussion. You need to pay a little more attention to the topic being discussed. reply

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12-14-2010 02:47 PM
Ed Haskell

You can watch your ISO files directly in DVD Shrink or once you have one mounted using MagicDisc or w/e ISO program you use, you can go to Windows Explorer and right click on that drive and use your default media player. reply

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01-13-2011 11:43 AM
Roc

So many suggestions.. And in most cases little IT experience. Sometimes.. Dont you just feel like “I cant be bothered”. So just burn the ISO to DVD and play it..

Or just buy the film instead of downloading off BitTorrent (shock, horror!) reply

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02-14-2011 03:50 PM
HughJanus

HughJanus wrote:
So many suggestions.. And in most cases little IT experience. Sometimes.. Dont you just feel like “I cant be bothered”. So just burn the ISO to DVD and play it..

Or just buy the film instead of downloading off BitTorrent (shock, horror!)

Most people usually like to save their favorite DVD as ISO files to give a backup on computer. But the only problem is: Many media players don’t support ISO files, so these ISO files are not playable on computer.
To convert ISO to AVI and Play ISO on Computer, you can use Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate to achieve it easily. reply


Hi Im having trouble trying to get some ISO movies off my computer to an external harddrive so I can watch them on my tv instead of burning them to dvd can you help me please? Whats the best way to do it? could you please email me on jrinbulli@hotmail.com
thanks reply

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02-24-2011 04:30 AM
Jarrad

dvd Decryptor now turns iso into avi reply

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02-24-2011 06:29 PM
Kim520

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