IMG file To DVD format

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i need to know how to chang a movie for img format to avi format so i can burn and watch it on dvd player....please help me....thank u.... reply

11-17-2007 09:41 PM
4 posts

attention all
i try to rename the .img file to .iso and its not work , you are talking about movies and i try it on a bootable cd
not work at all
i use magiciso like this:
1-click tolls > convert
2- chose the .img file and the destination
3- convert to iso
its work great......... reply

11-19-2007 01:37 PM

Downloaded movie with img, change to iso and uncompressed into video files which I can now watch.
Thank for everything! reply

11-27-2007 01:52 PM

The easiest way to change the .img file to .iso:
Try to open the file in the IrfanView,press F2,and in the lower window,you change the extension to .iso. That’s all,folks! reply

01-02-2008 02:13 AM

just rename the extension to .iso from .img. It works for me. reply

01-09-2008 11:57 AM

kojisai wrote:
if you change file extension form ".img” to ".iso”, then if you have “winrar”, just right click then select extract here and you have the makings of a decrypted dvd on your hard drive. you can play the individual vob files in any dvd software.

I agree this works everytime. reply

01-22-2008 02:15 AM

-IMG to ISO to AVI

Step 1 - Rename x_movie_x.IMG to X_movie_x.ISO
Step 2 - Use a DVD to AVI converter of your choiceb (DivX Player will be able to burn to disc for you)

---If your DVD player only reads AVIs, it’s not a DVD Player, its a DivX player. reply

01-27-2008 03:48 PM

I need to convert from .IMG to a pc-executable movie file, like .MPG, etc. or better yet, I would like to play the .IMG file off my pc. The reason is I want to verify whether the movie has closed captioning- if not I don’t want a the DVD! reply

02-23-2008 02:05 PM

can i make avi files to img files or iso files ??? reply

02-24-2008 08:38 AM

Works for powerISO as well. Swell prog for all of you H@X0R L33T out there ;) reply

02-24-2008 03:49 PM

thanks for the tips everyone! reply

03-05-2008 11:51 PM

I skip all that waste of time and just burn it with ImgBurn which is the best program to be using for burning any image format anyway. reply

05-01-2008 06:37 AM

download movie on to disk dvd-r from media center works good on my dvd player not on other dvd player why reply

05-07-2008 05:30 PM

You should try downloading a program called DVDMfix it is for coverting img into properly working formats, such as iso. rar. qpo ims. dfn. etc. It also removes bugs, and it compresses the image to much a much lesser amonut of Gbites reply

05-21-2008 09:17 AM

I have magic iso and several other programs but i can not get any of them to recognize my img of hitman and it is kinda aggravating me. It worked about a month ago now I cant get it to do anything. reply

06-07-2008 02:59 PM

I tried using DVD Decrypter and it worked right away :D
Once you have installed it you just double click on your .img file and start burning! reply

08-03-2008 07:23 PM

OK this is really simple. You probably used a program like WinRAR to extract the original .rar file to get the .img file. All you have to do use WinRAR to extract the .img file and you wil get 2 folders AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS. Then use any burning software to write to DVD. Easy. reply

08-16-2008 07:07 AM

I renamed my img file. Put .iso at the back. But now it shows up as MOVIE.ISO.IMG
This is a pain. Am I an idiot? Or is there something else up here. reply

09-21-2008 11:26 AM

Tobbstern has it right rename the file make sure you have got a blank dvd in your burner and if you got copytodvd installed right click on the file click copytodvd 20mins later job done! reply

10-09-2008 02:52 AM

#8 you moron! Go to folder options, view and then unclick “Hide file extensions for known types”. Now you’ll be able to change .img to .iso. What you are doing now is changing the file name only to “whatever.iso.img” because windows is not allowing you to see/edit the extension (you know, the 3-4 letter thing after the period).

I can’t believe how people can own a computer without being able to see the file extensions and system files. I mean, I’ve know people who have had computers for years without turning that (mis)feature off. It’s absolutely absurd. reply

10-12-2008 10:18 PM

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