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A good program to split a DVD image?


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I have 7.69 gig of a iso image. I currently don't own any DVD+R DL discs. I was just wondering if anyone knows of a good program that splits DVD ISO images into 2 parts so I can fit the movie on 2 discs.

 

Thanks.

 

I'm with you on this one. I think IMGBURN should expand to re-authoring as well

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I have 7.69 gig of a iso image. I currently don't own any DVD+R DL discs. I was just wondering if anyone knows of a good program that splits DVD ISO images into 2 parts so I can fit the movie on 2 discs.

 

Thanks.

 

I'm with you on this one. I think IMGBURN should expand to re-authoring as well

OK then - hypothetically. What would you pay for this feature that you need so much? That might get the author's interest.

 

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I have 7.69 gig of a iso image. I currently don't own any DVD+R DL discs. I was just wondering if anyone knows of a good program that splits DVD ISO images into 2 parts so I can fit the movie on 2 discs.

 

Thanks.

 

After I posted the message below I read that you have an img file.

My method would be difficult to use with an img-it would require extracting all files first. SORRY

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I have done this WITHOUT additional software, although it is tricky.

Image must first be split into about 7 or 8 similarly sized vobs

DVD shrink will do this quickly, make sure you select NO compression

and the option to create 1GB vobs

 

1- Find a vob file that is VERY small, >>than 10 MB

2- Determine how many vobs will fit on the first DVD -usually 3 or 4

3- move remaining vobs (ie 5,6,7 etc) to another directory

4 Make as many copies of the tiny vob as there were vobs moved and put these with

the vobs (ie in same directory) that will fit on first DVD

5- Rename the tiny vobs so that they have the same names as the vobs that were moved

Burn 1st DVD

Then repeat the process, for the second DVD, only replacing the vobs that were burnt on first DVD

with tiny vobs.

Be careful not to erase any vobs permanently.

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