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Fabbian [Avatar]
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I went through the "Create disk" step, clicked on "Burn in 3D", and chose "Save as disc image". Now I have my file with an ".iso" suffix on my hard drive. The help file says "Save as disc image: select this option if you want to create a disc image file on your computer's hard drive. Disc images can be burned to disc at a later time if required. Click on to specify the folder where it is created." Now it's a later time and I want to burn that disk image file to a Blu-Ray disk. How do I do it? I can't find anything in the help text that explains that step. Any suggestions?
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Nota:

CyberLink Power2Go Create a full backup of your Windows system and the data on your system drive

Mount a disc image as a virtual drive and conveniently treat it like a real disc drive



I record of "ISO" image file with in Nero, option, Recorder / Burn Image or Right Click / Open with / Nero Burning ROM

This option record the disc in original format

I PD13, create ISO image file, but not write from the image ISO.

You can also record your disk in a folder or directly to DVD or BD disc in PD13.

Other members can give you more details about the Imagburn.

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imgburn

http://imgburn.com/ .
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Do I understand, though, that a disc burnt from iso will not play in your average DVD/Blu-ray player?
If it will not play, what exactly is that format useful for? I suspect both the OP and myself would like to know. My website http://bgillcyberstudio.com/index.html LINKS TO PDTOOTS & hundreds of other valuable resources!
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Quote: Do I understand, though, that a disc burnt from iso will not play in your average DVD/Blu-ray player?
If it will not play, what exactly is that format useful for? I suspect both the OP and myself would like to know.
Barry, I suspect that the ISO file depends on the 2D disk selection, just like Burn a Folder does.

An ISO file is just a disk image of the DVD/Bluray video. You burn that ISO to a disk using a disk burning software that is capable of burning a disk image (iso). Windows 7 64-bit 8 GB RAM,AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4 GHz,ATI Radeon HD 5770 1 GB,256GB SSD,1TB HD.
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I seem to have found the answer. Right-click on the .iso file. Choose "Open with ISO Viewer" from the menu. CyberLink ISO Viewer will open. Click on the "Burn to disc" button.

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Quote: I seem to have found the answer. Right-click on the .iso file. Choose "Open with ISO Viewer" from the menu. CyberLink ISO Viewer will open. Click on the "Burn to disc" button.

Fabbian


I am having the same problem with PD13. Where did you find Cyberlink ISO Viewer??

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Please see my topic http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/42989.page

I think ISO Viewer my be part of the Power2Go software.

BillW offered a solution using ImgBurn
"You can also just insert the disc that plays for you into your drive and open ImgBurn and select 'Create Image File from Disc' option to create an ISO from it that will be in a proper format to burn and play in a DVD or Blu-ray player. If it's a dual layer DVD then ImgBurn will prompt you through selecting the proper layer break needed for it and it will save as an ISO and MDS file and to burn to new DVD just right click the MDS and select 'Burn using ImgBurn'." Power Director 13&14 Ultimate, Photo Director 6, Audio Dir, Pwr2Go 10
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Cyberlink's PowerDirector will burn ISO files.

An ISO file is a "picture" of the exact same file that is on the DVD/BlueRay. Asus X79-Deluxe, Intel i7-4930K, EVGA GTX 980ti, G.Skill memory 16GB, Corsair HX1000 PSU, OCZ Vertex4 SSD, OCZ Vector180 480GB, (2)Western Digital Black 1TB(RAID0), Western Digital 2TB, LG Blue Ray Burner, Lite-on DVD Burner, Logitech G19 keyboard, Window
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Quote: Cyberlink's PowerDirector will burn ISO files.




How? What are the steps required to do it? That's what what I was looking for when I started this thread.



Quote: An ISO file is a "picture" of the exact same file that is on the DVD/BlueRay.




Actually, an ISO file is a complete image of the disk. When properly burned to a disk it will preserve all directory structures and contents on the disk. I think that's what you meant to say. It doesn't work to just copy the ISO file to the disk. The software that burns the disk needs to be aware of the special characteristics of the ISO file and use the information to reconstitute the disk.
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Quote: I seem to have found the answer. Right-click on the .iso file. Choose "Open with ISO Viewer" from the menu. CyberLink ISO Viewer will open. Click on the "Burn to disc" button.

Fabbian


I am having the same problem with PD13. Where did you find Cyberlink ISO Viewer??

Thanks

Al


I found it in the menu when I right-clicked the .iso file I wanted to burn. It appears to be part of the Power2Go software which I assume was installed with my PowerDirector 13 package. An Internet search on how to burn .iso files to Blu-Ray suggested an ISO burning program was part of Windows and suggested the right-click technique. I didn't find the Windows program but the CyberLink program was there instead so I tried it.
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Sorry, My bad.
I meant PowerProducer will burn ISO files.

I knew that ISO are a complete disc image. That's what I meant. Asus X79-Deluxe, Intel i7-4930K, EVGA GTX 980ti, G.Skill memory 16GB, Corsair HX1000 PSU, OCZ Vertex4 SSD, OCZ Vector180 480GB, (2)Western Digital Black 1TB(RAID0), Western Digital 2TB, LG Blue Ray Burner, Lite-on DVD Burner, Logitech G19 keyboard, Window
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Quote: Sorry, My bad.
I meant PowerProducer will burn ISO files.


Thanks for clarifying that. It saves me wasting more time looking for a method that doesn't exist.
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Quote:
Quote: Sorry, My bad.
I meant PowerProducer will burn ISO files.


Thanks for clarifying that. It saves me wasting more time looking for a method that doesn't exist.


SOLVED - I found a solution and can now create fast DVD and BLURAY discs from PD13 ISO images as needed.

See last post on this topic http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/42989.page

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At this point the consensus seems to be Power Director 13 will create an ISO image of a disk or will burn a disk directly but it will not burn an ISO image to disk for you. To do that you must turn to an external program. Imgburn is one, Windows includes an ISO burning program in some versions and there is a freely downloadable product from CyberLink in the Power2Go pack that will do the job.

Imgburn: http://www.imgburn.com/

Windows ISO burner: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/burn-a-cd-or-dvd-from-an-iso-file

Power2Go 10 Essential: http://www.cyberlink.com/downloads/trials/power2go-platinum/download_en_US.html
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In my opinion.such the iso Editor is able to do that,since the iso file needs to be exported,so that it can be burned to a disk.


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