Ok, so, many of you have folders up the yang of ripped Blu-ray movies and don't want to spend the time to convert them to ISO. What if I make it easy for you? Could we then stop complaining? LOL
These methods will require ImgBurn 220.127.116.11 or later.
METHOD 1: Manual Way
-Select create image from files/folder
-Add Blu-ray folder
-In options, make SURE UDF 2.5 is selected. VERY IMPORTANT!
METHOD 2: Batch file Way
Here's the batch file way for MUCH easier ISO creation. Note that I've not tested this because oddly all of my rips are in ISO format. However, it should work fine.
Save this to something like "makeISO.bat" or whatever and put it in your path
set PathToImgBurn=C:\Program Files\ImgBurn
start /d"%PathToImgBurn%\" ImgBurn.exe /MODE BUILD /BUILDMODE IMAGEFILE /SRC "%SRC%\%1" /DEST "%DEST%\%1.ISO" /FILESYSTEM "UDF" /UDFREVISION "2.50" /VOLUMELABEL "%1" /CLOSE /NOIMAGEDETAILS /ROOTFOLDER "YES" /START
That's basically it. It takes the folder name you pass in, and turns it into an ISO ready for mounting. Enjoy!
-Obviously you'll need to edit the SRC and DEST variables to match your system. The SRC is the folder that contains the Blu-ray folder(s) you want to convert. DEST is where you want the resulting ISO to live. So, if you have C:\Movies\DIEHARD, C:\Movies\ID4, etc and want to convert them, set SRC to C:\Movies. You get the idea.
-If you changed the default location of ImgBurn installation, edit the PathToImgBurn variable to point to the location.
P.S. Yes, you lazy people, you can create a batch file to call this script and do all your movies automagically for you.
call makeISO ID4
call makeISO DIEHARD
call makeISO SIMPSONS_MOVIE
UPDATE - See BSalita's very nice improvement here