How to Convert Video_TS to ISO Easily and Fast
If you hold a collection of DVDs, you might be very familiar with VIDEO_TS files. It's very common to convert Video_TS to ISO image file for a simple backup or better sharing or distribution. Luckily, with a professional Video_TS to ISO converter - Wondershare DVD Creator, you can make it ever quicker and easier. Below is the steps you need to go through to convert Video_TS to ISO.
This program is cross-platform. Both DVD Creator for Windows and DVD Creator for Mac are available, just get the right version according to your situation. The steps to convert Video-TS to ISO in Mac (Mountain Lion included) and PC are the same. Below we take Windows DVD Creator screenshots for example. Free download Video-TS to ISO converter:
How to convert Video_TS to ISO step by step
Step 1. Load Video_TS movies to the Video_TS to ISO burner
Simply click "Import" to add videos to the program. Imported videos will be displayed on the right in thumbnails. You can drag and drop to change video sequence and organize DVD titles. Videos can be viewed on the right and photo importing is supported.
Step 2. Edit videos as you like and customize your DVD menus
You can crop, rotate, add watermarks, trim videos, etc. freely in this DVD burner. Simply click the edit button beside the video or highlight a video and right click it, then choose "Edit" to open the video editing window.
After that, you can also select one DVD menu template and personalize it by using your favorite menu buttons, frames, background, thumbnails, etc.
Step 3. Preview and burn Video_TS to ISO
After all the settings, preview the DVD project and go to "Burn" tab, choose "Save ISO Image File" and hit "Burn" button to start to burn Video_TS to ISO.
When you insert a video DVD into CD-ROM drive, you can see two folders in the root directory – AUDIO_TS and VIDEO_TS. These names are short for "audio transport stream" and "video transport stream." The VIDEO_TS folder, including IFO, VOB, BUP files, contains all the DVD's video data and playback information.