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Thread: Tricks on How to Convert ISO Image File to AVI

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    We have been told for many times that ISO Image file cannot be converted into AVI format or other video formats. Well, I had studied that discovery consists of looking at the same thing as everyone else and thinking something different, what I want to say is I am among the ones who think different and look stuff in a different light.Every video converter has its limits, but if you try something with curiosity and persistence, miracle happens. These are the tricks and procedures to convert ISO Image File into AVI or other video formats, and I prefer AVI as an example with Any Video Converter.

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    '''Step 1''' : '''Add ISO image file''' to the program.

    Click '''Add Video''' button or go to menu '''File > Add Video Files''', you shall select "Files of type" and change to '''"All Files (*.*)"''' and then you will be able to select ISO image files from your hard drive. Press Ctrl or Shift to select more than one image file at one time in file folder.

    After you add ISO image files, all of them will be displayed on the middle panel with their detailed information, including duration, format and size, etc.


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    Step 2 : Choose AVI output profile.

    Please unfold Output Profile, choose any avi output profile you prefer.

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    Step 3 : Click Convert button to start encoding videos.
    Once everything is ready, you can click on Convert to start the converting process. If you would like to cancel encoding, please just click the Stop button and click Yes in the pop-up window then the encoding will be stopped.


    Now your ISO image file has been successfully converted to AVI video, just have fun!

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    Why not mount the ISO file and copy over the contents which should be some form of video? An ISO file is just a disc image, after all, and if there are any video files on there you should be able to just copy them over without needing to convert anything.

    I'm surprised it works though, so Any Video Converter must have a pretty intense file finding method, which is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewPerks View Post
    Why not mount the ISO file and copy over the contents which should be some form of video? An ISO file is just a disc image, after all, and if there are any video files on there you should be able to just copy them over without needing to convert anything.

    I'm surprised it works though, so Any Video Converter must have a pretty intense file finding method, which is great.
    Anyway, it works!!!

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