I want to play an .iso file from my hard drive... HOW?

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I can only play some few minutes of a iso file in my vlc .. do I need to do some configuration to make it work? reply

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i downloaded roller coaster tycoon 3 platinum and instaled it on my laptop and mounted the iso file on Daemon Tools Lite 4.30.1 and clicked the game shortcut but it says please insert the Roller coaster tycoon 3 platinum disc i tryed to retry but it just didn’t work

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i downloaded roller coaster tycoon 3 platinum and instaled it on my laptop and mounted the iso file on Daemon Tools Lite 4.30.1 and clicked the game shortcut but it says please insert the Roller coaster tycoon 3 platinum disc i tryed to retry but it just didn’t work

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it said error invalid udf file system

this is when i try to open it with dvd shrink reply

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VLC. Nothing else required. I really can’t speak highly of the program. It’s one of the few quality software programs one would pay money for. reply

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i want to play an .iso file that is a game, it is need for speed mostwanted, and i herd about a no cd crack that is needed, is there a way around this? or what would i have to do? reply

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deltaforcer wrote:
download dvdshrink 3.1 man
dont get the new one
“easy dvd shrink”
it wont work ... its the new “legal” version
it sucks ass personnally

make sure you get the “DVD Shrink 3.1”
its free
unlike the shitty easy dvd shrink which is shit for like 30 bucks

I downloaded DVD Shrink 3.1 and can open an .ISO file. You can see a “fast forward” version as it works, but then what? How do you play it? Couldn’t get any info using the “Help” button. reply


Tama wrote:
use VLC Media Player

no need for anything else

Great advice. I highlight the ISO file from my directory list... drag & drop it onto my VLC desktop icon and that’s it. Runs like a charm. Sweet! And VLC has a moving progress indicator that you can use to go forward or backward eliminating those anoying fastforward and chapter mark buttons. reply


as i know,you can’t directly the iso file on dvd player,you need to copy the dvd to dvd player media,which you can directly play on your Apple DVD Player reply

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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! reply

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I know this is late but, Jmidnite14, there is a reason the movie was on a blu ray disc. Movies that come out on Blu Ray have higher quality than DVD, thus making the movie size much larger. A standard DVD(or atleast mine) hold up to 4GB, but they are older DVDs. There are no DVDs big enough to hold that movie, that is one reason they switched to Blu Ray, they made them to be able to hold more data. reply

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BPR wrote:
I know this is late but, Jmidnite14, there is a reason the movie was on a blu ray disc. Movies that come out on Blu Ray have higher quality than DVD, thus making the movie size much larger. A standard DVD(or atleast mine) hold up to 4GB, but they are older DVDs. There are no DVDs big enough to hold that movie, that is one reason they switched to Blu Ray, they made them to be able to hold more data.

Whoops, sorry I did not see the second page, didn’t know there were any other replies. reply

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To play a movie that is saved in ISO file format on Mac OS X, start the built-in DVD Player (find it in the Applications Folder, and it won’t be on the Dock at the bottom of your screen by default).

Then in Finder (or on your Desktop) double click the ISO file to “mount” the ISO movie file. Apple DVD Player will automatically recognize that a movie DVD has been loaded and will start playing the movie immediately. reply


hi guys,

I downloaded an iso-file which is 8.3Gb large. It doesn’t play in VLCplayer, and it does not mount in virtual clone drive. Is there any way to play this movie (without burning)?
tnx reply

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VLC worked :-) reply

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V 4 victor, L 4 love and C 4 compassion - VLC media player is all you need to play .iso files and a score of other obscure codecs no one has ever heard of... VLC is the only way to go... reply

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VLC Media Player only way to go Plays everything AND it’s FREE! reply

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thanks TAMA it worked ... ur right all u need is that thast it... reply

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i am trying to play an .iso game i tryed daemon tools and i made the new drive but that doesnt work and when i tryed to load it with vlc it does work but it runs for a couple seconds just the time bar no image or anything. im so confused help. reply

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Nasshat wrote:


you can get a Free Download from:

http://www.VLCPlayer-Download.info

That is not a free download. You have to pay to 'subscribe' to their website to download the software.

VLC is opensource; you don’t have to pay any of these leaches to download/ use VLC. Get it from the source is better:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

And yes, it does play ISO without the need for any other daemons/ virtual drive software apps. reply

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