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PostSubject: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 4:57 pm

I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:02 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

Well, I use PowerISO, but I'm sure someone here will tell you to use something else. You wanna use that (or a similar program) to mount the file to a virtual drive. If you need a walkthrough on how to do so, I can go into better detail.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:10 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

Well, I use PowerISO, but I'm sure someone here will tell you to use something else. You wanna use that (or a similar program) to mount the file to a virtual drive. If you need a walkthrough on how to do so, I can go into better detail.

Gotcha. I will warm up the Google-fu later. Thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:13 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

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u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:13 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

Well, I use PowerISO, but I'm sure someone here will tell you to use something else. You wanna use that (or a similar program) to mount the file to a virtual drive. If you need a walkthrough on how to do so, I can go into better detail.

Gotcha. I will warm up the Google-fu later. Thanks.

np. Pretty self-explanatory with PowerISO, actually. Just click "Mount" and select your file, lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:14 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

Well, I use PowerISO, but I'm sure someone here will tell you to use something else. You wanna use that (or a similar program) to mount the file to a virtual drive. If you need a walkthrough on how to do so, I can go into better detail.

Gotcha. I will warm up the Google-fu later. Thanks.

You'll want to download this program here to "mount" the file, basically make your computer think you've inserted it as a CD. Once it's installed just right click the icon on the notification bar (you may have to click the arrow to show it) and set the drive number to at least 1, then navigate the options on the menu to find out how to mount it. Once it's mounted it'll behave as if you've inserted a CD.

May I ask why your movie downloaded as an ISO? You should be downloading .avi or other similar video formats.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:15 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

daemon tools lite or alcohol 120%

u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.

VLC plays unmounted ISOs?! Or are you talking about after it's already been mounted?
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:18 pm

as far as movie downloads go... i prefer h264 encoded video with mp4 or mkv wrappers. if u have a meager rig avi is perfect for fact it is not compressed. one issue with this is the fact it takes up more room the less compressed it is. mkv is very compressed but takes substantially more to decompress while playing, so if u got a dual core and 2 gigs ram and a 256mb vid card mkv can work assuming its not full 1080. my laptop lags on 1080 and its got 4 gigs of ram on top of dual core and 256mb card
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:19 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

daemon tools lite or alcohol 120%

u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.

VLC plays unmounted ISOs?! Or are you talking about after it's already been mounted?

vlc plays unmounted isos as long as they arent bluray
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:21 pm

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I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

daemon tools lite or alcohol 120%

u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.

VLC plays unmounted ISOs?! Or are you talking about after it's already been mounted?

vlc plays unmounted isos as long as they arent bluray

Tabthefuckingband that's sick. I had no idea. Not that I plan on trying it, lol, but pretty cool nonetheless.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:23 pm

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MOTOKO wrote:
I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

daemon tools lite or alcohol 120%

u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.

VLC plays unmounted ISOs?! Or are you talking about after it's already been mounted?

vlc plays unmounted isos as long as they arent bluray

Tabthefuckingband that's sick. I had no idea. Not that I plan on trying it, lol, but pretty cool nonetheless.

yeah all of my movies i own i have ripped and i can play them with vlc. im working on winraring them so i can just copy video files and get rid of the bloat that is menuing.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:24 pm

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MOTOKO wrote:
I DLed a movie and it is a disk image file that wants to be burnt to a disc. Is there a way to watch without burning?

daemon tools lite or alcohol 120%

u mount image with the software and makes a virtual drive that the computer thinks is there. do this, or if u have vlc media player, just open with vlc.

VLC plays unmounted ISOs?! Or are you talking about after it's already been mounted?

vlc plays unmounted isos as long as they arent bluray

Tabthefuckingband that's sick. I had no idea. Not that I plan on trying it, lol, but pretty cool nonetheless.

yeah all of my movies i own i have ripped and i can play them with vlc. im working on winraring them so i can just copy video files and get rid of the bloat that is menuing.

Why didn't you just rip the video files to begin with? That's a really roundabout way to do it...
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:27 pm

Sweet Smile I used Daemon Lite and am watching it now.

@Coda I usually download 700MB- 1.5GB rips. This movie just happened to be an iso. I use Demonoid and the movie is The Human Centipede.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:34 pm

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Sweet Smile I used Daemon Lite and am watching it now.

@Coda I usually download 700MB- 1.5GB rips. This movie just happened to be an iso. I use Demonoid and the movie is The Human Centipede.

Nice choice, I hope you enjoy it. Try not to be sick Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:44 pm

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Sweet Smile I used Daemon Lite and am watching it now.

@Coda I usually download 700MB- 1.5GB rips. This movie just happened to be an iso. I use Demonoid and the movie is The Human Centipede.

Nice choice, I hope you enjoy it. Try not to be sick Smile

Haha. I wish. I'm 38 and watched all the Faces of Death videos on VHS when they were new. Not much out there that can make me sick.
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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:46 pm

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Sweet Smile I used Daemon Lite and am watching it now.

@Coda I usually download 700MB- 1.5GB rips. This movie just happened to be an iso. I use Demonoid and the movie is The Human Centipede.

Nice choice, I hope you enjoy it. Try not to be sick Smile

Haha. I wish. I'm 38 and watched all the Faces of Death videos on VHS when they were new. Not much out there that can make me sick.

I've not even heard of those, I'll have to take a look at them Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Disc image file...   Sat Feb 26, 2011 5:48 pm

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Sweet Smile I used Daemon Lite and am watching it now.

@Coda I usually download 700MB- 1.5GB rips. This movie just happened to be an iso. I use Demonoid and the movie is The Human Centipede.

Nice choice, I hope you enjoy it. Try not to be sick Smile

Haha. I wish. I'm 38 and watched all the Faces of Death videos on VHS when they were new. Not much out there that can make me sick.

I've not even heard of those, I'll have to take a look at them Wink

Parts of them are cheesy. Parts are possibly fake. But, a good portion are real. Imagine /b/ gore threads but video and from the '70s on back.
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