Converting an ISO DVD file to DVD format

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chermesh

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Hi,
I have an iso which I would like to convert for DVD Players format. After running a web search, I found that dvdSanta can do the job. Still, dvdSanta accepts input exclusively from a CD/DVD drive. Since my file is residing on my HD, and I don't like the idea of a two-step DVD media burning, one from my HD to a DVD disk, two from this DVD disk in ISO format to DVD format via dvdSanta, I hoped to find a way to set a virtual DVD drive, copy the ISO file to it, input it to dvdSanta, and output it to a DVD media.
I tried Paragon CD-ROM Emulator, but failed either in copying the file to this virtual disk or in finding a way for inputting the file from the virtual disk to dvdSanta.
Can you suggest a way of converting a DVD ISO file to a DVD format to be burned on a DVD media?

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I can see this topic being locked.But I will give one hint .iso = image burn as such.
 
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I don't know anything about dvdSanta but, if you are using either NERO or ROXIO take the hint from ACCAT13.
 

chermesh

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Hi MysticEyes,
Thanks.

Is there a way check if it's in DVD format PRIOR to burning. I would better save a media if it's not in DVD format.

Ran
 

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Just to clarify. what type of ISO is it?
 
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