How to Convert MPG to ISO

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The MPG file extension indicates a compressed MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) video file. You might want to convert MPG video files to DVD format to burn them to discs that you can play in your DVD player or on multiple computers. The ISO file extension indicates the disc image file format commonly used to backup data on CDs or DVDs. You can convert your MPG video files to DVD and create a corresponding ISO file using file conversion software downloaded from the Internet. Several different programs exist that can accomplish this task.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • File conversion software

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Look for the ImTOO MPEG to DVD Converter at the ImTOO web site. You can purchase the software or download a limited free trial. The program allows users to burn their MPG and MPEG files to DVD discs as well as to convert MPG files to ISO format. The program also allows you to convert MP4, DAT, VOB, M2V and MPEG-4 video files to DVD or ISO format. If you use the program to burn MPG videos to DVD, you can customise and edit your DVD and select a functioning menu from the templates available.

  2. 2

    Go to the Xilisoft web site to find the Xilisoft MPEG to DVD Converter. You can purchase the software or download a limited free trial. You can use the software to convert MPEG, MP4, VOB, M2V, MPG and DAT files to DVD format and burn the files to discs. The program also allows you to create ISO files from MPG videos.

  3. 3

    Go to the Top Video Pro web site to find the MPEG to IFO converter. Like the two programs described above, this program allows you to convert your MPG videos to DVD or IFO format to burn them onto discs. You can also create ISO files and DVD folders from the MPG files or DVD discs.

Tips and warnings

  • Make sure software is compatible with your computer and operating system before you download or purchase it.

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