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Hi, I have a 5min video (61mb) clip that I would like to put on a CD rather than a DVD

Would/could Roxio Creator 10 Pro write a CD from an ISO file, if so how would I do it.

Many thanks for any help

 

 

Is the "5min video (61mb) clip" a image file?

 

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Hi, I have a 5min video (61mb) clip that I would like to put on a CD rather than a DVD.

Would/could Roxio Creator 10 Pro write a CD from an ISO file, if so how would I do it.

Many thanks for any help

 

Do you want to just archive the iso file or what? Why do you want to put it on a CD? You cannot create a video CD from that iso file and play it anywhere.

 

BTW, please use the correct name of the program: there is no such program suite as Roxio Creator 10 Pro, there is a program called Easy Media Creator 10 and there is the latest version Roxio Creator 2010 (Pro). Using the correct name avoids a lot of confusion.

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Is the "5min video (61mb) clip" a image file?

 

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H'mmm, yes I think so, I captured the clip from a VHS tape which made a xx.dmsm file, converted that into a xx.mpg and after checking this forum burnt this file to harddisk as a Roxio.iso file. I checked this file using 'VLC media player' which works OK. As you can see I am new to this video world and the black art of CD/DVD formats.

Many thanks for you help

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Do you want to just archive the iso file or what? Why do you want to put it on a CD? You cannot create a video CD from that iso file and play it anywhere.

 

BTW, please use the correct name of the program: there is no such program suite as Roxio Creator 10 Pro, there is a program called Easy Media Creator 10 and there is the latest version Roxio Creator 2010 (Pro). Using the correct name avoids a lot of confusion.

Sorry about the name I should have said 'Roxio Creator 2010 Pro'

I read a reply on this forum a tip that said burn an ISO image to the harddisk, as you can check it with a "VCL player" before burning to a DVD. I was hoping that I could burn it to a CD rather than a DVD as its only a small file.

From your answer 'You cannot create a video CD from that iso file' could I create a video CD from a different file type *.avi or *.mpg for instance?

Maybe it would help if I said I am trying to create a video CD to play in any DVD player.

Thanks for your help

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Sorry about the name I should have said 'Roxio Creator 2010 Pro'

I read a reply on this forum a tip that said burn an ISO image to the harddisk, as you can check it with a "VCL player" before burning to a DVD. I was hoping that I could burn it to a CD rather than a DVD as its only a small file.

From your answer 'You cannot create a video CD from that iso file' could I create a video CD from a different file type *.avi or *.mpg for instance?

Maybe it would help if I said I am trying to create a video CD to play in any DVD player.

Thanks for your help

 

 

Open My DVD and choose VCD/SVCD...

 

Not all DVD players play VCD & SVCD's, read your manual...

 

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Open My DVD and choose VCD/SVCD...

 

Not all DVD players play VCD & SVCD's, read your manual...

 

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Your right my DVD player does not support either CD format so I created a DVD disk instead.

Thanks for your help

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