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Smoney22 10th April, 2007 03:39 AM

AVI to ISO conversion
 
Hey, does anyone know of any good programs to convert AVI files to ISO files?

danrok 10th April, 2007 07:46 PM

Can you not burn the AVI files to CD, then make a .iso image file of that CD?

raphael2040 10th April, 2007 10:19 PM

MagicISO is your friend.

At least, I think it is.

Smoney22 11th April, 2007 01:43 AM

Thanks guys, I'm pretty confused right now but I'll look around and figure it out. I'm trying to burn videos onto dvd's so they will play on a dvd palyer , ISO is the format I need for that, correct?

danrok 11th April, 2007 02:10 AM

Which software are you using?

I do believe you can do this using an ISO file as the source.

Smoney22 11th April, 2007 03:53 AM

I'm using Nero.

captaincurran 11th April, 2007 06:16 AM

if you "burn" the avi file to a *thinks* (been a while since i used it) virtual drive or whatever nero refers it as, it'll save an ISO image to your HD.

Favu 11th April, 2007 09:05 AM

Yarg!! .ISO is an image format (not image as in photograph, but image as in a picture of all the data on a disc), not a DVD or CD data format as such, hence there are .ISO files that are 700Mb and would be CDs and 4.7Gb and those would be DVDs.

If you want to burn video files to a DVD for storage purposes you can do that easily with Nero "make a data CD" option. Nero also supports the "Burn DVD-Video" option that, I do believe, will do what you want, although I have not used it before.

Alternatively you can use software such as Cyberlink PowerProducer to make a DVD with stylish menus and such things, much the same as a DVD you buy from a shop. Which is what I use, as it was bundled with my DVD drive :)

hth.


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