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"edit" An Iso File?


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Hello -

 

Using Roxio Creator 9 (see info below) I captured video from my DV camcorder. Then I set up a project with my own menu background image and my own menu. The project has one menu item pointing to one avi file. Then I encode the project to the hard drive, resulting in an iso file.

 

Actually, I did three projects, all very similar.

 

I forgot to remove the obnoxious menu music that Roxio decided to use as a default (what were they thinking??). I could edit each project and re-encode, but my PC isn't the fastest and each project takes hours.

 

Is there a way within Roxio Creator to "copy" the iso file to another iso file without the menu music? I'd even settle for no menus at all.

 

I looked all around these forums. One post described using disc copier to copy an iso file with "just the video", dropping the menus, but i can't find any options like that. I have set up the emulated drive that allows viewing iso files and I assume using an iso file as input to a copy. But the options to take just the video aren't there.

 

My software came with my external DVD burner. Maybe it's not a full blown version?

 

Thanks.

 

 

Here's my software info:

 

Roxio Creator 9 XE

Version: 9.0.177

Build: 901B77P, LAC

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.0.88a, 2

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 331B75B, LAC

 

 

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ISO files cannot be edited. Using DiscCopier in the compilation mode you should be able to burn just the one movie you want without menu to a DVD. If you want a menu you will have to redo your project

 

 

Thanks for the quick reply.

 

I'm not sure what "compilation mode" is. Here is what I'm doing:

 

1. I open Disc Copier.

 

2. Under Source, I select "Browse for Disc Image/DVD-Video Folder" and browse to an iso file.

 

3. Under Destination, I choose Disc Image.

 

 

The only other thing to change is under Options: "Include Data (ROM) Content from Source".

 

I thought perhaps the menu, menu image and menu music were considered "Data (ROM)", but I don't think so. I left it unchecked and copied to a new image file. That file was slightly smaller, but apparently only because the "roxiodata" (or something like that) folder wasn't copied. I burned the new image file to a disc and that disc still had the menu, menu image and menu music. So I'm not sure how to do the copy without bringing the menus along.

 

I also wasted some time on the Disc Image Loader and emulated drive. That emulated drive messed up my system pretty good--slowed it down, and when I rebooted my wireless LAN card wasn't found. Once I removed the emulated drive and rebooted again, I got the LAN back.

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Hello -

 

Using Roxio Creator 9 (see info below) I captured video from my DV camcorder. Then I set up a project with my own menu background image and my own menu. The project has one menu item pointing to one avi file. Then I encode the project to the hard drive, resulting in an iso file.

 

Actually, I did three projects, all very similar.

 

I forgot to remove the obnoxious menu music that Roxio decided to use as a default (what were they thinking??). I could edit each project and re-encode, but my PC isn't the fastest and each project takes hours.

 

Is there a way within Roxio Creator to "copy" the iso file to another iso file without the menu music? I'd even settle for no menus at all.

 

I looked all around these forums. One post described using disc copier to copy an iso file with "just the video", dropping the menus, but i can't find any options like that. I have set up the emulated drive that allows viewing iso files and I assume using an iso file as input to a copy. But the options to take just the video aren't there.

 

My software came with my external DVD burner. Maybe it's not a full blown version?

 

Thanks.

 

 

Here's my software info:

 

Roxio Creator 9 XE

Version: 9.0.177

Build: 901B77P, LAC

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.0.88a, 2

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 331B75B, LAC

 

 

ISO files cannot be edited. Using DiscCopier in the compilation mode you should be able to burn just the one movie you want without menu to a DVD. If you want a menu you will have to redo your project

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