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  • Started 5 years ago by 0zSpitt
  • Latest reply from whs
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0zSpitt
0zSpitt
Posts: 1037

i saw an article that windows7 burns iso files. how? i have a dvd movie ready but i don't see "create an iso" anywhere. none of the iso programs i have will work yet

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fantazmic2
Posts: 11

Have not actually tried it but...

Right click on the ISO file
Open with
Windows Disc Image Burner

Let me know if it works for you

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

Use this procedure: http://mintywhite.com/tech/win.....vd-how-to/
or this http://www.jakeludington.com/w.....nload.html
or this http://blogs.zdnet.com/hardware/?p=3317

Now you have choices - lol. Start reading the last one first.

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0zSpitt
0zSpitt
Posts: 1037

my posts aren't coming in

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

Oz, What does this mean: "my posts aren't coming in"? You lost me. Does that mean you cannot pull up these links?

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0zSpitt
0zSpitt
Posts: 1037

every time i tried to post any thing the last day or so it wouldn't appear, it's seems to be working ok now...

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0zSpitt
0zSpitt
Posts: 1037

i tried to post that the iso files where coming out as 4.7gb but my converter was also compressing dvd movies to the same size. so an iso movie seems irrelevant. is there a way to convert dvd movies to something smaller with decent playback?

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whs
whs
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Oh, and I thought you were trying to burn the Windows7 ISO. What filetype are your video files - RAW? You can probably slim them down using .mp4, .wmv or .flv.I think the quality is more a question of the converter program than the filetype. I have made conversions of the same files with different programs and got very different results. But ScottW probably knows best. I am just a video amateur. LOL

PS: I got the best conversion results with Free Video Converter from Extensoft (sorry can't post the link. My W7 in my virtual partition which I am using right now is still a little "underequipped") But this converter you have to populate with codecs. I use the full K-Lite (but please don't tell ScottW. He will kill me - LOL).

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Bartman
Bartman
Posts: 1287

Is this it?

http://www.download.com/Free-V.....d=10986692

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

Bartman, thanks for the help. Just got myself a second browser for W7 so that I can do parallel research without loosing my typed post. Tried to Copy/paste from the host, but that does not work.

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