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    I have a few movies that I ripped to my computer from DVD before I came back to school this fall. Now I want to watch some of them away from my computer. How can I burn the .ISO's onto a DVD such that they'll be playable in a regular DVD player?

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    Download a copy of DVD Decrypter, it's free and burns iso's no prob. I saw somewhere also that Nero has finally released a vanilla version that's free. It's more versatile, but DVD Decrypter is very stable. What I'd recommend is that if the DVD media you get is rated at 16x burning speed, go no higher than 8.
    It's the recordable media that's tricky. Memorex? No matter what original manufacturer they get, Ridata, whoever, they're always the crappiest. Stay away from them.

    Also, make sure you uncheck the delete after successful burn box in DVD Decrypter if you want to keep the image on your drive.

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    I usually use the same software to burn the iso as I used to make the iso... Never had any problems.

    Do you still have it??

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    I used DVDFab to rip the DVD's, and I can't find anything in the program about burning.

    Will DVD Decrypter convert the .ISO to a file format so a regular DVD player will then be able to play it?

    And I researched DVD media a little bit before I bought any and ended up buying 100 TDK DVD+R's. I think I ended up with good stuff.

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    You can use Alcohol 120% or even Nero. It's what we use. I prefer Alcohol over Nero for ISO. As long as your DVDP can handle newer formats, like DivX and such, you won't have an issue with playing ISO. on it.
    I think the PS3 can now play ISO as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    I used DVDFab to rip the DVD's, and I can't find anything in the program about burning.

    Will DVD Decrypter convert the .ISO to a file format so a regular DVD player will then be able to play it?
    Are you using the latest version of DVDFab? 6.0.2.2 is the one I have, and on the left the very last option under "DVD to DVD" is "Write Data" which writes an ISO to a DVD (as a video DVD).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    Are you using the latest version of DVDFab? 6.0.2.2 is the one I have, and on the left the very last option under "DVD to DVD" is "Write Data" which writes an ISO to a DVD (as a video DVD).
    I'm using 6.0.4.0. That's awesome! Thanks so much! I'm burning a DVD now!
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    Windows 7 now has a built in image burner FYI

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    Just use isorecorder.
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    I wasted two DVD's trying to get DVDFab to work; both attempts failed. I'm now burning the .ISO with Alcohol 120.

    Thanks for the info, folks! Looks like I have a few more options to explore if Alcohol 120 doesn't work either, but I hope I don't have to go there.
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    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
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    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
    ASL Wave 20 monoblocks
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    Alcohol 120 worked beautifully; seems like a good program.

    Thanks everyone!!
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    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
    My Saga
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    [2CH]
    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
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    [Car System]
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    I've used ConvertXtoDVD with no problems. Works on a POS work DVD as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    Alcohol 120 worked beautifully; seems like a good program.

    Thanks everyone!!

    Like I said works every time for me too. Like someone else mentioned, be sure to uncheck delete file after burning, unless you want it deleted.
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    All you guys raving about the greatness of Alcohol 120 (I agree, btw), do you PURCHASE the program or just keep using the trial version and wait for the timer when you start it up?
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    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
    My Saga
    Equipment Pictures

    [2CH]
    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
    ASL Wave 20 monoblocks
    Pro-Ject Phono Box MKII


    [Car System]
    Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP
    Memphis 16-MCA3004
    Boston Acoustic RC520

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    Some of the movies I burned are a little glitchy toward the end, but will play alright after a while. Does that sound like slowing down the write speed might fix that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
    My Saga
    Equipment Pictures

    [2CH]
    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
    ASL Wave 20 monoblocks
    Pro-Ject Phono Box MKII


    [Car System]
    Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP
    Memphis 16-MCA3004
    Boston Acoustic RC520

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    Just use convertxtodvd like Gmiller said. Converts basically anything, and gives you nice options as well. No need to slow down the write speed, I use the fastest and still works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    Some of the movies I burned are a little glitchy toward the end, but will play alright after a while. Does that sound like slowing down the write speed might fix that?
    The outer layers of the disc are many times the critical areas. If slowing down the burn speed does not help (most likely it won't), reduce the size of the movie below 4GB.

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    Anything under 4.7 will work with Convertxtodvd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messiah View Post
    Anything under 4.7 will work with Convertxtodvd.
    It's not the software you use, it's the burner and the media. Add in the DVD player you're playing and it's a big chance they all won't be compatible. Playing those DVD's from HTPC or streaming them into PS3 or similar device will have much better success rate.

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