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The files I’m tring to burn are .iso and .img files. I have tried magic ISO, Power ISO, Ultra ISO, and DVD shrink. Still the DVD player still says “Disk Error”. Please help! reply

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12-14-2008 02:53 PM
mickey3000

I have an iso movie, wish to watch it on my pc prior to burning it. How do I do it and still keep my sanity? reply

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12-30-2008 08:32 PM
Frenchman

Hi guys I am having problems burning a cd that will play in my dvd player that are avi,mpeg,rar, files could you give me any tips i recently down loaded nero and I could burn ISO files onto a DVD that my DVD players will play hope that will help some of you. reply

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01-11-2009 01:38 AM
nuggyo4

If you did not get any tool to lay ISO file on comuter still, download VLC Media layer which will play any ISO file very nicely. Any DVD encrytor 9software which write DVD disk) will automatically burn the ISO file to standard DVD disk which you can play on your DVD player. end me a msg to murthy999@yahoo.com if this helped you. reply

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01-14-2009 11:19 PM
murthy999

your mother sucks reply

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01-20-2009 10:39 AM
miauw

Hey I also have been having a problem with iso files. I have been burning files for years now mostly avi. I still havent found the best way to burn iso files. I have used poweriso and extracted the files then burnt to dvd using nero, I have burned just the iso as an image file, I have used all different write speeds but nothing seems to work. My dvd player will either say disc error or the picture will roll the whole time it plays. I have tried different dvd players with the same result. I have noticed that most downloaded avi files have less files but bigger in size while most downloaded iso files have many files that are smaller in size do you think that affects anything? reply

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04-11-2009 01:34 AM
neverworks

Message for thisistheone;

I’m interested in learning how to burn ISO movies into DVD’S. I have DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink. I burned ISO’s to DVD’s using Roxio Media Creator, but my external DVD player calls the disks “Unsupported." Please email me at purefog@gmail.com.

Thank you!

(I am also interested in learning how to burn AVI’s to externally-playable DVD’s, but the ISO issue is more pressing.) reply

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04-15-2009 09:24 PM
purefog

message for thisistheone:please help me with converting iso to dvd file,please please please.my email:jana74_a@yahoo.co.uk reply

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06-23-2009 06:31 PM
missketi

With you can make a copy of your dvd disc to iso file to save them on your computer, then you can enjoy watching your movie on your Mac.And if anytime, you want to burn the ISO file to another DVD disc, just use disk utility to do that!v reply

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07-04-2009 02:39 AM
sanjun
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i got the same problem that cyd gallagher has. i have the iso on the desktop. i used a program to record the iso onto a dvd. the computer can play the dvd if i use media player and open the video_ts file. But when i try to play it on a home dvd player, it wont work. says something like: there is no play back feature. what can i do? reply

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07-22-2009 04:16 AM
wolf44

Cyd Gallagher wrote:
I recently recieved a DVD that was burned using a DVD ISo cd image file. The problem is that i can’t play it in a DVD player. My computer recognizes it as a DVD, but my DVD players won’t. What do i do to make it work?
P.S. Please email me with a reply, as i check my email most often.

i got the same problem if someone can help id be so greatful. ive used up a lot of dvds and cant make them work on standard dvd player at home. reply

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07-22-2009 08:10 PM
wolf44

Anyway someone could answer everyone’s questions without recommending a billion different personal preferences? It digresses from the issue at hand,and makes it very difficult ot sort through the heavily cryptic answers as it is.

I have .iso file format. I want this movie to play on my dvd player. Is there only ONE method to make this happen? Is there more than ONE method so that I can choose which one would be best for me? Of these methods, will other software be required, and what KIND, as opposed to personal preferences. For instance, if your answer is “ISO WILL NOT PLAY ON DVD PLAYER” this means I need to change the .iso to something else, there is ONE software required then, one that converts it. Or.. does it not need to be convertd but just extracted and the contents burned to dvd? But, only if those contents are bin and cue? or only if they are vob and ifo? or only if they are something else? Should the vob and ifo files be loose or in their own folders.. like TS_Audio and TS_Video? Is that required? Do the cue and bin files need to be changed? Can the files just be burned onto the cd/dvd or does it have to be “an image” and what is the difference?

Thank you reply

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08-03-2009 08:09 PM
noobsarepeopletoo

It’s so easy to burn iso files to dvd on mac using dvd creator std reply


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09-08-2009 09:19 PM
chuke

Umm, okay, I’m new to the whole DVD burning thing. I downloaded DVDFlick. All I want is to take my .avi episodes and put them on a DVD. Each ep. is about 24mins so I gathered I could only put 5 most on 1 120min/4.7GB disc is that correct? on the frustration of wish to have more on one disc (300+eps I want to burn so 69 CDS no go) I ran into the “Create ISO image” option in DVDFlick settings. I have no idea what that is or if its my solution!
please help!! email:enhancedgrace@yahoo.com reply

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11-05-2009 02:36 PM
SuperbAura

i copied the iso file to dvd and it never worked by using udf in nero. i could not use iso because file was to big. reply

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12-14-2009 01:31 PM
stupotmcdermote

hi, i recently just downloaded an iso file. its 4.5GB in size. how do i play it on my comp? i dont want to burn in to a cd. i just wanna watch it on my comp. any way to do that?
my email is imshassan@gmail.com

eibo plz send me a mail reply

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02-06-2010 12:51 AM
wazir

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