iso to avi

  P4ULT 21:18 06 Jan 2010

is this possible and how doo i do it/ im looking to add some music to a home video of our wedding. ive tried imgburn and cd burner xp but this copies it to an iso file which isnt recognized by any of the programs i have which are windows dvd maker,hp mediasmart and cyber link dvd suite deluxe

please help.

  chub_tor 21:41 06 Jan 2010

An iso file is an image file and needs to transferred to a CD or DVD so that the files themselves can be seen, a good description of this is shown here click here

When you have the individual files available to look at you should then be able to import the avi file into MovieMaker or something similar so that you can edit the sound.

  jamesd1981 21:42 06 Jan 2010

try using FORMAT FACTORY 2.20 select the ADVANCED category then select MUX this will let you add your video file then add your choosen audio file and it will burn it in the format you choose, avi, mp4, mpeg-2 etc.

  BRYNIT 21:46 06 Jan 2010

It is best not to have more than one thread on the same subject original thread click here

Download WinRAR from click here use it to extract the files from the iso to a folder. You should now be able to use one of your programs to add music and then burn to a DVD.

  Shuffty 22:24 06 Jan 2010


You appear to have burned to an iso which is just a data disc you should burn as a video dvd it will then play
You must add your music before you burn to disc as you will not be able to after, there are many programs which will do this, one I use is Blaze Media you can dload a trial here
click here

  eedcam 05:37 07 Jan 2010

P4ULT What is the Original format of your file before you copied itand do you still have it in its original format.Also is the copy an Iso Image' you may wel be able to just use windows movie maker to add your music but not as an Iso .What programmes do you have for editing such as adding music most editors will accept Mpeg 2 files which is what you have if its in an Iso image but you would need to change that Image back to a Video_Ts folder first,Naturally this file is of great Value to you so please be careful.If you are unsure of anything ASK before you do anything

  P4ULT 22:05 07 Jan 2010

thanks everyone all done and dusted all the help is much appreciated

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