Changing ISO format to WMC can play files?

  chris watton 13:43 01 Sep 07
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Hi,

I wonder if anyone could point me in the right direction regarding software that can change an ISO file type to a format that WMC recognises.

The reason is that I have copied my (paid for) DVD collection onto my hard drive using DVD Shrink, and decided to go for the ISO format because it looks ‘neater’, having one file for each film. The ISO files work great using the VLC media player, but it would be nice to have them play in WMC also (Vista Ultimate), in the same quality (both picture and sound)

Is there anything out there that would do the job (I don’t really need the files compressed, as I have plenty of HD space)?

Thank you,

Chris

  Forum Editor 18:45 01 Sep 07
  Strawballs 22:13 01 Sep 07

Did you know that mcAfee site advisor gives an adverse warning on that site.

  Forum Editor 01:03 02 Sep 07

No, but it seems fine to me - I've used it several times before. No warnings appear.

  chris watton 09:49 02 Sep 07

Thanks for the link, I will give it a try.
I did manage to transfer all of my FTA recordings off the SKY+ box into a readable format using a Java based program called Project X.

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