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Can Anyone Tell Me What an Iso file or BDMV folder is?

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Posted on January 10, 2022 at 09:06:21
Sibelius
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Looking at BR player software and there are 2 options, one including the above, and one just to play the discs. I don't think I need the former, but it's only $10 more. Program is called MacGo.

 

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RE: Can Anyone Tell Me What an Iso file or BDMV folder is?, posted on January 16, 2022 at 17:48:36
Rod M
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An ISO file is basically an image file for burning discs which could be a CD or a DVD or a software install pachage or whatever. From what I Google, the BDMV folder is a Blu-ray Video Data Content file for Media players.

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RE: Can Anyone Tell Me What an Iso file or BDMV folder is?, posted on January 17, 2022 at 09:41:35
Sibelius
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Thanks. I did look it up, and there just wasn't a lot of information on those files. I gathered it was useful if you wanted to copy the BR movie, or whatever file was there, to another disc or drive. I went with the cheap option since I have no need of doing that. Works great so far for watching the BR discs on my computer.

 

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