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Filing Video Wave Productions


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I hope this is the correct area for this question. Is there a way to file a Video Wave Production as an .iso file extension without doing it as part of the dvd burning process ? You can probably tell from the question that I'm new at this. ( I'm doing an extended project and I just want to file it in this format during intermediate stages without having to burn a disc.) Thanks. Roy

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I hope this is the correct area for this question. Is there a way to file a Video Wave Production as an .iso file extension without doing it as part of the dvd burning process ? You can probably tell from the question that I'm new at this. ( I'm doing an extended project and I just want to file it in this format during intermediate stages without having to burn a disc.) Thanks. Roy

 

There is no way to output to .iso from VideoWave, at least none that I have come across.

 

You couldn't bring it back into VideoWave, for further editing, if you could output it as an .iso file.

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Thanks. At least I can quit trying -- Roy

It isn't part of the process!

 

VW is your Editor.

 

MyDVD is you Authoring (burning) software.

 

If I understand your thinking you are painting yourself into a corner anyway…

 

An ISO is a disc image, ready to burn. It is lead-in to lead-out and will require 1 disc. You can't edit it, you can't change it, you can't add to it, you really can't do anything with it but burn.

 

Is that what you want?

 

Now there are some tricks to rip one open and do all that stuff but there isn't any real advantage.

 

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