Playing a .iso without burning to a DVD

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I have a .iso file, but I dont have a DVD burner? Is there anything I can use to convert this file to a movie format to just watch it on my computer without burning it? reply

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05-19-2005 03:03 PM
Tevalyn
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Use any Iso tool like Magic Iso or Win Iso or UltraIso or Iso Buster and open the file and extract the MPEG file and after this play it with whatever player you have and is working.Use Google to find the tools or the links from this site.Here you have one site with some tools and keys. http://www.9down.com/ reply

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05-19-2005 05:11 PM
labish

You mention DVD so you need a decoder software such as Power dvd to play the movie.
Just mount the iso image in Daemon tools then use your decoder to point to your virtual drive or any player such as Media player or Divx to play the file. reply

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05-19-2005 05:58 PM
00chieMamma

He said ISO and Power DVD won’t play ISO’s.First extract it and than covert it to whatever player. reply

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05-19-2005 08:27 PM
labish

Hi I also have an iso-format movie and I am trying to use Isobuster but all I have in the iso are two folders called AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS. There’s nothing in AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS has VIDEO_TS.BUP, VIDEO_TS.IFO, VTS_01_0.BUP, VTS_01_0.IFO, VTS_01_1.VOB and VTS_01_2.VOB.
I find no MPG files or anything of that sort. How can I open this movie and play it on my computer without having a DVD burner? reply

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05-23-2005 09:06 AM
Cam

Click right on the bigger size VOB and open with whatever players you have.VOB File if you click on it using Isobuster you may open it or just convert it.MagicIso has a better interface.Audio folder is normal to be empty. reply

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05-23-2005 09:40 AM
labish

Ok, I am playing it in Sigma player but there is no sound and there are annoying numbers at the top.
This is the first movie I ever tried to download and play, could I get a little help? Most importantly, how do I get sound? reply

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05-23-2005 10:21 AM
Cam

Look on this site home page and first click on find out which codecs you need and download AviCodecs and GSpot both are video file analysers and can tell you more about what kind of file you have.Download DivX and media players like BSplayer and a better one VideoLan Player.The most audio codec to have is AC3 all from above you can find it on this site just under your eyes.But first find out something about your video file and click on Render with GSpot or web with Avicodec and start from there.Here you have more links:http://avicodec.duby.info/ reply

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05-23-2005 10:32 AM
labish

Oh and not to mention it’s only the first 3 minutes and fifty seconds of the film... reply

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05-23-2005 10:34 AM
Cam

Ok, there are two VOB files, one is 976 mb and the other is 488 mb.
The first one (VTS_01_1.VOB) is only the first 3:49 of the film, and I viewed the second one (VTS_01_2.VOB) and it’s quite a bit further into the film and it’s about 13 minutes long.
Neither of them have sound.
How do I watch the ENTIRE movie? reply

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05-23-2005 10:41 AM
Cam

ok Videolan gets different amounts of time but I still only have around 20 minutes of the whole movie (the first 13 minutes and the last 6 minutes) reply

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05-23-2005 10:49 AM
Cam

oh whoops I think I’m wrong...
They aren’t minutes and seconds I guess, they’re going by a lot slower.

Ok, I have the whole movie but it’s split in two... Is there anyway to piece it together or do I have to open the second file when I get to the rest? reply

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05-23-2005 10:51 AM
Cam

If you got here you’re getting closer.Have you check the video file with GSpot? Click on Render or if you use AviCodec besides the video and audio details is a small “web” just click on it and download the audio codec you may need basicaly AC3 is a must as I said before.Some of the mega pack codecs has all this stuff in it.After you found the sound codec you may use a video joiner and put all the files in one.Or watch it one by one.Good Luck. reply

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05-23-2005 10:53 AM
labish

There are two parts and I’ve got audio and video, the only thing I wish I could get rid of is the annoying time counter and scene counter thing at the top, but I doubt I can remove that with any program.
Thanks for all your help! reply

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05-23-2005 10:58 AM
Cam

use vlc media player thats what i use to watch iso or bin movie images before i burn them .hope that helps reply

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05-25-2005 08:24 AM
spuddy
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enjoy rots :P reply

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05-25-2005 01:08 PM
lol

ok guys, maybe you can help me out on this one. i have the same files as the guy above and i got isobuster from 9down.com, but when i try to extract it into another folder, it comes up as zero kb. what am i doing wrong? reply

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05-25-2005 01:20 PM
benb

Hello Everyone. I just used Iso Buster and extracted the iso image to play in PowerDVD. But again, like Cam, the movie files were split. I found that the best way is to watch them were one by one, but automatically. With PowerDVD, I hit Ctrl-O to open files, and then clicked on play media files. There, I just dragged and dropped the order of the files (you can tell the order based on the number of the file suffix (0101,0102,0103 and so one) and then play the first file. When the first clip ends, PowerDVD will automatically start playing the next file with like a tenth of a second pause in play time, so the difference is minimal. So, I hope that this was some help to anyone with the same programs and problem as me.

Peace,
Jared reply

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06-04-2005 03:43 PM
Jared

Here is a freeware to cut and joint avi files.Try it: http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=650&s=237 reply

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06-04-2005 04:18 PM
labish

is there any way I can play an ISO game file? or maybe applications? reply

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06-26-2005 06:15 AM
wilson.9down

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