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  • How to make a .miniso from an existing folder

    Not sure if this has been brought up yet but, there is a way to quickly create a .miniso file to an already existing folder that doesn't have a .miniso file in it.

    (please forgive if this has already been brought up.)

    In any event, to create a .miniso file to a BD movie folder you have copied to your hard drive that did not have one previously, please do the following;

    Launch DVDFab 8.0.8.5

    Open (drop down) "Bluray copy" on the upper left side of the main DVDFab window.

    Click on "Write Data"

    Click on the folder just to the right of the "Source" field

    That will bring up a "Browse for folder" window. Browse to the folder containing the bluray movie. (the one with the BDVM & Certificate folders in it)

    Highlight the folder then click "OK" (the "Browse for folder" window will then close.)

    You will now be back at the DVDFab main window. Click on the "Create .miniso file in output folder to be mounted by DVDFab virtual drive."

    At this point you will notice that the "Target" field under the "Source" field will disappear.

    Go down to the lower right side of the main DVDFab window and click "Start."

    Within just a few seconds, a window will come up stating that the "Process has been completed successfully."

    Click "OK" to close that message window.

    Click "Finish" on the lower right of the DVDFab main window.

    The folder you chose to write the .miniso file to should now contain a "BDMV" folder and a "Certificate" folder and the newly created .miniso file that is now ready to be mounted with DVDFab's virtual drive 1.2.0.0 and can be played with PowerDVD 9.0.2320.a or Total Media Theater 3.0.1.185. Have have had great success with this method!

    Thanks to Mr. Blues & Mr. Hammer, a.k.a., The not so dangerous brothers.
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    Editor's Note: The Write Data function can also be used to create full ISOs of Blu-ray and DVD folders. It is part of both DVD Copy and Blu-ray Copy. Nice job on this Moodyman.
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    Thanks for the tip SuperFist. I put them up on MediaFire. If I did this right, they should appear below? DVDfab says; "You are limited to using 4 images" First 4 screens. BTW, Photobucket's free use account only allows five (5) pictures or videos. Useless to me! Of course you only find this out AFTER you sign up!








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        Thanks SuperFist, did have a little trouble selecting the proper direct link. Got it figured out now. Newbie to MediaFire. Hope this helps folks.

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