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Creating an iso

NexPhr3ak0r

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Ok So i am trying to create an .iso file for a movie. I was curious how the structure was supposed to be to create a bootable movie. under the original iso file can you have a folder named the movie then inside that folder are all the neccessary movie files (audio, video, etc) or are those data folders supposed to be right under the original iso.
 

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you need to select the folders of a typical DVD:
AUDIO_TS
VIDEO_TS
and if you must: DVD-Rom

don't select a master directory, or the DVD will not be bootable. Check with a virtual drive if your VIDEO DVD image really behaves liek a VIDEO DVD.
 

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is there some kind of special option for movies? Audio_ts and Video_ts are both just under the actual iso file, but every time i try to get it to load poweriso opens it like just a normal folder. my dvd player doesn't recognize it either. Is there a better software than poweriso?
 

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I am still using magic iso
It lets me select the 2 (3) folders without creating a master directory. After turning it to iso, magic iso says: this is a video DVD blabla...
Then I check again with a virtual DVD drive and then it is done.
And you know I made enough errors there too.
 
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