I made a 6 GB Image File in order to make BluRay discs without having to open Encore each time. I can't seem to find software that will allow me to use the file to burn the disc. Simple copy/paste doesn't work either. The problem may be that the image file has no file extension. Checking properties in Windows 7, where the file extension is usually displayed, it just says "file". Can anyone explain why Encore is exporting a file with no file extension (like .iso, for example), and how to get around this issue?
Encore creates a bluray image with an iso extension. I wonder if you have windows explorer set to show no extension.
You may not have "iso" associated with a program on your computer.
Also, you cannot burn the "file" to a BD and have it play. You need a program to take the image and burn it in the correct bluray format onto the disk.
Most of us love imgburn:
Thanks for the quick reply. I will give imgburn a try and see about the .iso, because there are other .iso files on my computer.
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