Oversize ISO file

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#1

I have a 6.5 Gb ISO file that I would like to mount onto DVD’s. When I opened it with Power ISO, it contained a single video ts and audio ts file. :rolleyes:

I can’t burn 6.5 Gb onto a regular DVD, and I am not going to fool with dual layer DVD, so is there a way to open the audio and video ts files in order to split them up? I believe that they contain a series of episodes of tv series, so I would like to make a division between episodes.

If anyone can help me, they would have my thanks!!! :iagree:


#2

Just use DVD Shrink, which will compress it to fit a single-layer DVD.


#3

Good advice above, but if you want to maintain the quality you have, you could use DvdFab Platinum in Split Mode then burn it onto two single layer Dvds. Does this mean you wish to burn each episode individually?

so I would like to make a division between episodes.

#4

Just get some Dual-layer DVD’s they hold up to 8.5 or maybe 8.7 gigs of stuff.