How to Convert Video TS Files to ISO
By Quinten Plummer
Video TS file folders contain many of the features that make viewing DVDs special, like chapter cue files and subtitles. But when Video TS files are ripped from DVDs, most media players will play only one file at a time and won't play the DVD as whole. But by packaging your Video TS files into an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) image file, you can play your ripped DVD files with all of the extras you'd find on a physical DVD.
Download a free copy of DVD Shrink. Install and launch the program.
Click on the "Open Files" button, located at the top of the program. Use the explorer window that appears to locate the folder containing your Video TS files.
Click on the "Backup" button at the top of DVD Shrink. Click on the drop-down menu beneath the "Select Target Backup" heading in the Backup menu. Select the "ISO Image File" option.
Click "OK" to package your Video TS files in an ISO file.
Download a free copy of CDBurnerXP. Install and launch the program. Select the "Data Disc" option in the menu that launches ahead of the main menu. Click "OK."
Drag and drop your Video TS folder into the bottom window in the program's main menu.
Click on the "File" header at the top of the program. Select the "Save Compilation as ISO File" from the drop-down menu that appears below the header.
Free ISO Creator
Download and install a free copy of Free ISO Creator. Launch the program.
Use the "Add Files" button in the top right corner of the program to upload your Video TS folder into the program.
Click on the "Convert" button to package your Video TS files in an ISO.
Quinten Plummer began writing professionally in 2008. He has more than six years in the technology field including five years in retail electronics and a year in technical support. Plummer gained his experience in music by producing for various hip-hop acts and as lead guitarist for a band. He now works as a reporter for a daily newspaper.