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NexPhr3ak0r
02-10-2007, 11:55 AM
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.

boon23
02-10-2007, 06:33 PM
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.

NexPhr3ak0r
02-11-2007, 12:26 AM
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?

boon23
02-11-2007, 02:09 AM
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.