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I've downloaded movie which is in .ISO extension file. When I open it using Deamon Tools I can see three folsers: Any!,BDMV,CERTIFICATE.

Is it possible to place this movie on portable HDD to watch it on TV?

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closed as not a real question by nhinkle Oct 5 '12 at 20:11

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BDMV is the actual video. It is a BluRay formatted video. As it is a .ISO file, I am GUESSING that it is still encrypted. What you need to do is find an information on transcoding the video to another format, such as

That will allow you to get the video into a more open format.

This answer is intentionally vague as to decryption since that is getting close to DMCA areas.

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