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There's An Iso In My Label.


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Sometimes I burn files to an ISO file before I burn it to an actual disc (later on). At times it's to remind myself to burn the disc or go out and refill on discs. But sometimes it's because my PC will crash during the burn sequence and/or the videos I burned do not play correctly on my DVD player. By burning it from an ISO the PC doesn't have to jump from file to file during the burn - it's just one file. I figured it's an issue with RAM or whatever. It may not sound like an actual thing but trust me I have samples where a videos burned separately play horribly while videos burned via ISO play as they should.

 

Anyways, when I insert a disc burned via an ISO file, my DVD displays the name of the ISO including the file extension. Example: "FAVOURITE VIDEOS.ISO" instead of "FAVOURITE VIDEOS". Does this happen to anyone else? How can I get it to stop?

 

PS: This also happened to me with Easy Media Creator version 10 AFTER I installed a patch.

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Sometimes I burn files to an ISO file before I burn it to an actual disc (later on). At times it's to remind myself to burn the disc or go out and refill on discs. But sometimes it's because my PC will crash during the burn sequence and/or the videos I burned do not play correctly on my DVD player. By burning it from an ISO the PC doesn't have to jump from file to file during the burn - it's just one file. I figured it's an issue with RAM or whatever. It may not sound like an actual thing but trust me I have samples where a videos burned separately play horribly while videos burned via ISO play as they should.

 

Anyways, when I insert a disc burned via an ISO file, my DVD displays the name of the ISO including the file extension. Example: "FAVOURITE VIDEOS.ISO" instead of "FAVOURITE VIDEOS". Does this happen to anyone else? How can I get it to stop?

 

PS: This also happened to me with Easy Media Creator version 10 AFTER I installed a patch.

 

Creating an iso file first using myDVD and then burning that iso file to DVD is a method recommended by many of us. What doesn't make sense in you post what you are doing with myDVD and the burned iso file. If you burned the iso file to a DVD there should be no "iso" file on the DBD. What you should have on the DVD is a Video_TS folder containing iso, bup and vob files. How did you burn the iso file to the DVD?

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Creating an iso file first using myDVD and then burning that iso file to DVD is a method recommended by many of us. What doesn't make sense in you post what you are doing with myDVD and the burned iso file. If you burned the iso file to a DVD there should be no "iso" file on the DBD. What you should have on the DVD is a Video_TS folder containing iso, bup and vob files. How did you burn the iso file to the DVD?

 

The contents of the ISO are burned to the DVD, not the ISO file itself. It's a regular DVD and the DVD player has no problems playing it.

 

The problem is that the filename and extension show up on the DVD player's LED screen when I play the DVD.

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The contents of the ISO are burned to the DVD, not the ISO file itself. It's a regular DVD and the DVD player has no problems playing it.

 

The problem is that the filename and extension show up on the DVD player's LED screen when I play the DVD.

 

What folders/files does Windows Explorer show when you select the DVD?

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What folders/files does Windows Explorer show when you select the DVD?

 

The Video_TS folder with all the VOB files and more.

 

Try this and see if you come up with the same issue (at your leisure, of course):

1. Burn the contents of a DVD folder to an ISO image file, using Roxio Creator. The program will create the ISO in whatever program you specify.

2. Close and reopen Creator, then burn that image file you just created to a DVD.

3. Once complete, play the DVD on a standard DVD player (not computer drive) connected to your TV. The DVD should play fine.

 

However, the DVD player's LED screen, the one that shows you running time and DVD title will display "FILENAME.ISO" instead of just "FILENAME".

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The Video_TS folder with all the VOB files and more.

 

Try this and see if you come up with the same issue (at your leisure, of course):

1. Burn the contents of a DVD folder to an ISO image file, using Roxio Creator. The program will create the ISO in whatever program you specify.

2. Close and reopen Creator, then burn that image file you just created to a DVD.

3. Once complete, play the DVD on a standard DVD player (not computer drive) connected to your TV. The DVD should play fine.

 

However, the DVD player's LED screen, the one that shows you running time and DVD title will display "FILENAME.ISO" instead of just "FILENAME".

 

Why are you burning the contents of the DVD folder to an iso file? Why not simply burn the Video-TS folder to the DVD? There are only 2 programs in C2011 that can be used to create a video iso file: myDVD and Video Copy & Convert.

What program are you using to burn the iso file to the DVD? What name did you use as the DVD volume name?

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When I burn a movie in the ISO image file format to a DVD, Creator (Video Copy & Convert) uses the ISO image filename and extension instead of using the DVD movie's original volume name. Is there a way to prevent that file extension (.iso) from appearing in the volume name?

 

I'm just wondering if someone here has come across the same issue.

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When I burn a movie in the ISO image file format to a DVD, Creator (Video Copy & Convert) uses the ISO image filename and extension instead of using the DVD movie's original volume name. Is there a way to prevent that file extension (.iso) from appearing in the volume name?

 

I'm just wondering if someone here has come across the same issue.

 

I have 3 different DVD players and none of them show the DVD volume title so it is not an issue. What is the make/model of your DVD player?

What is the big deal if it does show "iso"? I don't really understand where the problem is.

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Does it also happen if you burn the ISO image to the disc using the "Burn Disc Image" application on the Home page?

 

Once again where are you seeing the .iso extension?

 

From post #3:

 

The problem is that the filename and extension show up on the DVD player's LED screen when I play the DVD.

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You are doing this the Wrong way…

 

There are only 2 ways to retain a Disc Label.

 

Either burn the disc in MyDVD (15 character limit)

 

Or create a Folder Set from MyDVD and burn that set using Burn Data Disc.

 

With the Folder/Burn Data Disc method, the Disc Label can be set in BDD to almost anything you like:

 

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(here is one I am burning for a Blu-ray disc)

 

Things changed in Creator 2009. This post, while about adding Folders to a project, covers the Folder & Disc Label method ~ HERE

 

Based on your other Topic here about things disappearing… This posting about Workflow & Strategy might be of use to you ~ Here

 

The Suites have changed and it is time for you to sit back, take a deep breath, and find a better way to do things ;)

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