Thanks Louis for the reply.
Now if you can answer this, or if anyone else can it would be greatly appreciated. I am having trouble making .iso's of my Blu Rays to put on a Digital Media Player. I currently have DVDFab which allows me to copy Blu Rays. So far, I haven't found anywhere that DVDFab will output the file into an .iso instead of its' default, which is folders and files. I have tried building an .iso with ImgBurn from the output files from DVDFab but the .iso file that program creates is unreadable on my Digital Media Player. I have tried attempting to let ImgBurn create an .iso on its own and it displays a text box prompt that it can't do so, but then proceeds to build an .iso file, but it is unreadable as well. I have also tried Burn Aware Free but that has yielded unsuccessful results as well.
I know the Digital Media Player supports .iso playback, as any .iso created from a dvd plays back perfectly. I can also play the files created by DVDFab within the folders on the Digital Media Player in full 1080P, but it is a messy process and takes awhile to figure out which file executes that actual movie, as there are nearly a hundred different movie files for each full Blu Ray directory I transfer onto the Digital Media Player's HDD from DVDFab. Any help on a way to make a .iso of a full Blu Ray disc would be greatly appreciated. Or if there is another file format better suited for Blu Ray, that might work as well.
An important note is that any .iso I build through ImgBurn or Burn Aware Free appears to be unreadable by anything. They will mount on Daemon Tools on my computer but will not play through PowerDVD on my computer. Any help would be great as this is the method I would like to watch my Blu Rays as it is much more cost effective than burning a backup copy of each (especially the dual layer ones!) and also makes taking my movies with me a breeze.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by kinneyro5, 16 February 2010 - 11:34 PM.