DVDFab Virtual Drive is a virtual DVD/Blu-ray emulator. It emulates a maximum of 18 drives and works with DVD/Blu-ray images created by DVDFab and other programs.
DVDFab Virtual Drive is a virtual emulator which can emulate a maximum of 18 drives, and mount both DVD images files and Blu-ray image files that are created by DVDFab and other programs, and saved on your PC. It can play a Blu-ray ISO image file and Blu-ray folder (with .miniso file in it) backup on PC with PowerDVD 8 and above.
DVDFab Virtual Drive is powerful and designed to provide you the utmost convenience. You can select one language for this application from nearly 20 available languages, whether or not to run Virtual Drive automatically when windows start up. You can also let it mount the last image automatically, and unmount all drives when exiting. What's more, you can freely set the number of drives from 0 to 18.
DVDFab Virtual Drive is a virtual DVD/Blu-ray emulator, which can emulates a maximum of 18 drives or mount existing DVD/Blu-ray ISO images created by DVDFab and other programs.
After installation, you can set the to-be-emulated drives by just right-clicking DVDFab Virtual Drive icon minimized into the system tray, and clicking "Number of Drives" to specify the number you want.
Method 1: right click on the ISO file itself, you will be presented with a "Mount" option that will list the available virtual drives.
Method 2: right click on the DVDFab Virtual Drive icon which will provide mount options for each drive.
Method 3: For remounting the ISO files you once opened, you can right click the DVDFab Virtual Drive icon, and click "Recently Used Images" to select the ISO you want to remount.
Open DVDFab Media Player, click the "Open Files" button and then choose the ISO file mounted by the virtual drive to start playing the movie.
DVD ISO image file, Blu-ray ISO image file
The great advantage of making ISO image files when you back up DVDs, Blu-rays (including 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays) is that you can save huge money buying blank medium. What's more, all physical discs wear out over time, but the ISO files never. Whenever you want to watch your movies, just play the ISO files directly, or mount the ISO files with DVDFab Virtual Drive to watch on a media player software. DVDFab products which can produce ISO files include: