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Old 11 Sep 2006, 12:17 AM   #1
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Hi,

I have two movie iso's as follows:
DVD_Image.iso
DVD_Image2.iso

Is it possible to burn both of these iso's on one DVD. If so, how would you do it?

The iso's are actually two separate parts of a movie.

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Old 11 Sep 2006, 12:23 AM   #2
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If you want to mantain these files as ISO, you can burn both ad Data disc
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Old 11 Sep 2006, 04:28 AM   #3
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Hi geno,
Thanks for the reply.

Both of these iso's are ready for burning and then they will become movies.

I was wondering if it's possible to burn both iso's on a one DVD so they can be played as movies.

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Old 11 Sep 2006, 04:32 AM   #4
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The simplest way is create again the ISO from the original disc, one single file this time, containing all the movie.

After then, with Imgburn you can write on the disc.

Just a curiosity: Why did you create two separate ISO files?
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Hi geno,

We downloaded a torrent file using BitTorrent and it created two AVI files.

Then we used AVI2DVD to convert to the DVD_Image.iso files.

After the above experience we found the total 4.19 GB NTSC only DVD ISO on Torrentchannel.com and we burned this iso to a DVD-R so we now have the total info on one DVD-R.

We started this latest download last evening and it took until about noon today to complete the download using 3 Mbps DSL Connection.
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Hi geno,

We downloaded a torrent file using BitTorrent and it created two AVI files.

Then we used AVI2DVD to convert to the DVD_Image.iso files.

After the above experience we found the total 4.19 GB NTSC only DVD ISO on Torrentchannel.com and we burned this iso to a DVD-R so we now have the total info on one DVD-R.

We started this latest download last evening and it took until about noon today to complete the download using 3 Mbps DSL Connection.
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