This is for all my PC peeps....
I'm "starting" to understand what an ISO is. An exact Image of a file or files of data, bit-for-bit.
When the definition speaks of "image" does it mean copy?
I have a few movies I enjoy watching on my PC. I would like to copy to my HDD and play back without having to keep loading the DVD. Can an ISO file do this? Is it the exact DVD, bit-for-bit, or is it just an image and not the actual info? If it is, can it be played back without having to transfer it back on a DVD? Without having to convert it to avi or mpeg? Play it back as if it was in the DVDrom? 1 file, not a folder with 30 tracks on it.
I appologize for all the questions, but I have tryed to read as much about ISO as I can, but its not really explained too well.
Or am I way off on this ISO thing?