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The information present in CD/DVD and optical drive can be saved to a computer through an ISO file. An ISO file is the archive that has a duplicate copy of the data present in the CD/DVD and allows a clean backup of data. When the user requires to burn the data to an optical disk, the ISO file can be helpful.
If you are a Windows user, you may be familiar with the ISO file. The Operating System files of Windows and Linux are distributed through a single downloadable ISO file. The ISO file can be burned to the disk quickly. The ISO file can be used as a backup of the optical drive and for sharing the Operating System files.
If you have saved the ISO copy of large-sized video files from any DVD, VCD, then you cannot play them on a media player directly. Generally, a 90-minute video has a size between 5-10 GBs. If you also have a large-sized ISO file and the video is not playable, then you should convert the ISO file to another format.
Because MP4 is the best container to play the video file, you can convert the ISO to MP4 format using Kernel Video Converter software. It is a professional tool for every video conversion-related action. It can select multiple video files from different formats and then convert them into a single format.
Here is the complete process of converting the video format
Kernel Video Converter is a light-weight software that allows you to convert all the video files in multiple formats. It supports all the major video formats like MP4, MOV, MPEG, MKV, AVI, ASF, WMV, FLV, DivX, 3GP, 3G2, AVCHD, DVR, etc. In exceptional cases, where you only want to save the audio part of the software, excluding the video part, then the video converter tool allows doing so also. It converts the video to audio, and there is a significant reduction in the file size. The audio file can be played on any audio player application.