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how to burn a movie with power iso

by b1ffyi59 / January 13, 2007 9:58 AM PST

Hello
Please help on iso files.I have multiple files called power iso to apparently get a movie.I have tried now for about 2 weeks to get information on what to do to finally get that movie without results.
I have a program called power iso.I can extract and do apparently everything with that except that the help files are made for experts who don't really need it.I would like to know in easy terms how to use these files to convert to a watchable movie on my tv.
thank you

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um....buy the actual movie in a store?
by masterying01 / January 13, 2007 12:57 PM PST

these iso files you're talking about were downloaded ILLEGALLY off the internet. iso is an image of an actual dvd or movie. mount it to your harddrive using daemon tools to watch it, or use a dvd burning software to put it onto a dvd. i wont get anymore into it.

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Why did you make them into .ISOs?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 13, 2007 11:30 PM PST

Let me dismiss you downloaded something illegal.

What did you make this with?

Bob

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how to burn iso into a movie
by b1ffyi59 / January 14, 2007 9:53 AM PST

Hello
I downloaded a movie called Roadhouse,which I am sure someone paid for
at one time or another from a peer to peer program that I paid for.The movie is not available in China where I live and let's not get into what is legal or not.I'm sure that you or anybody else has bought a movie and invited friends to watch it on your home tv.These people watching it didn't pay for it either,but one person did.This looks a lot like what I am doing.I am borrowing movies in English that are almost impossible to find in China.I understand if you don't want to help,this is your privilege.
Thanks anyway.

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Good way to get banned here.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 14, 2007 10:19 AM PST

Locking this thread. It is not my choice here. The forum rules are very clear here.

Best of luck and don't bother asking for help here on pirated goods. If this offends you, I make no apologies.

Bob

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