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  2. I saw the last few posts here complaining about it, so not trying to be redundant. Main Concern I originally downloaded the installer from the one hosted by ImgBurn. Malwarebytes picked it up and quarantined it. I uploaded it to VirusTotal, and got 31/68 reporting it bad. Downloaded from 3 other mirrors (listed below) and they were only 1/68. Hash from those 3 are the same, and don't match the hosted one. It's one thing for a hash mismatch, and it's another to have this much disparity between hashes. MD5/SHA matches the ImgBurn hosted one, but not the other 3. I noticed in one of the posts where someone was suggesting the installer was a virus, the author said something like "do you think a tool since 2005 could be a virus". It's not that I question where ImgBurn itself is valid. I've used it for quite some time. It's whether I trust the hosting itself. This has happened to other software developers where someone's compromised the server and replaced the existing copy with a bad one. Example: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/ccleaner-compromised-to-distribute-malware-for-almost-a-month/ Also, I couldn't download from the other two mirrors. One, Malwarebytes blocked from loading, the other just wouldn't download. I'd also say half the mirrors are sketchy, and ad-ridden (giving you fake download links, bundling PUPs, or trying to get you to use a download manager). I'm not sure why some of these were chosen, but they really need to be reviewed. Heck, many of those mirrors may all be AWS/Azure/Google/etc. now (meaning no redundancy). tl;dr Author, it seems possible your own hosting has been compromised and a fake copy of ImgBurn is being hosted. Although it's very possible it's a false positive, I'd appreciate a review as it's very confusing and should be fixed anyway. Virus Total Links ImgBurn copy: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/d7dea2819edc77bc44db637cd324e61942b54930cb3034f8f1a417b7dd27b514/detection Major Geeks/Softpedia/Free-Codecs: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/49aa06eaffe431f05687109fee25f66781abbe1108f3f8ca78c79bdec8753420/detection PS: Does ImgBurn support converting MacOS .dmgs to bootable iso? (This is the main reason I was downloading it.)
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  4. Just import / open the file, bd-rebuilder will do the rest Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  5. Maybe you know how to do with BD Rebuilder blu-ray format 1920x1080 (BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders) from .mkv (Matroska) (MPEG4 Video (H264) 3840x2160 23.976fps L5.1, yuv420p)?
  6. LIGHTNING UK!

    Command Line Info Message Suppression

    Turn off (uncheck) the following... Tools -> Settings -> General -> Page 1 -> Display Warnings -> Underburning
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  8. I have been using ImgBurn to burn a daily backup of files for years now without issue. It is run automatically from a batch file that executes in command line mode. We burn to dual layer BluRay discs and recently due to some file purges the backup has gotten small enough on certain days it will fit on a single layer BluRay. We always want to burn to the dual layer because we want the process completely automated and we never know for sure if a single layer will be big enough. The problem is if the data will fit on a single layer disc, an info box pops up to inform you and thus stops the automatic nature of the burn until someone answers the question. I did not find it, but is there a command line option that will suppress that warning/info message?
  9. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    My DVD-R's should arrive tomorrow. New ConvertXToDVD gold version released! 7.0.0.69 - 0013736: [Bug] [VSORep] disabled emails appears on the pre-filled box - 0013764: [Bug] [VSORep] closed ticket if we cannot retrieve the status - 0013772: [Bug] Subtitles issue -> red subtitle with green border - 0013788: [Suggestion] [HELP MENU] Change "Report a bug" to "Support Center" + icon
  10. Yes, it was about DVD Rebuilder - my mistake. Alright, I won't remove any of those folders Ok, thank you. Here is about the issues, but maybe the issues are from wrong setup or no additions Avisynth, LAV Directshow Filters or ffdshow and MatroskaSplitter. https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716&page=1451 Do you prefer BD Rebuilder version 0.60.29 or another version is checked and work good?
  11. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Actually, turns out the problem was with that particular .VRO as I cannot recreate the issue by creating new multiple stream recorded VRO. So, the entire problematic4 GB VRO must be sent to VSO for analysis. I've already submitted another bug report with the files attached, but because of its size, it's awaiting pending approval for sending to VSO. Got an Amazon.com order just shipped today of some new Verbatim DataLife Plus inkjet printable MCC DVD-R's. I'll swap in the WH16NS60 for testing these DVD-R's and see if they work. If they do, then, the BDR-212 goes out of cycle and the NS60 is cycled back in as my primary use device.
  12. Bdrb had always been in beta since development. There never has been ab professional release. You're talking about DVD rebuilder DO NOT remove any of those folders. Empty or not. YOU WILL break disc folder structure and risk rendering unplayable Verbose reporting only affects the bdrb log, no impact on encoding or end result. What other 'issues' have you read about? Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  13. I found BD Rebuilder, version 0.60.29, but read about issues with this version, because the version is also only for beta testing. The last BD Rebuilder Professional Edition Version 1.28.2 is from 12th July 2008, so is older, so I don't know what version is better. I have problem with empty folders with option Movie-Only Backup in BD Rebuilder. Can I remove the folders or no? Better is record in ImgBurn with the empty folders or without them? This applies to folders such as: CERTIFICATE (is empty and I don't know adds the folder to record or delete it and adds only BDMV folder) In folder BDMV (AUXDATA, BDJO, JAR, META - are empty and I don't know record the folders whether remove) Possibly maybe my settings are wrong, because it's being created new empty folders. Verbose Status Reporting is it only report and the setup don't do nothing with movie? (for sure)
  14. BaldRick

    ImgBurn Hanging During Finalisation

    Thank you, Ian. That goes part of way to answering my post. The more I've since read up on it I realise 4 hours is the max and may be pushing it. To me it does look like you can achieve better quality with less, judging by those files of 1,048,544 KB holding less minutes of data in the examples above. But my biggest problem still remains: The issue of ImgBurn hanging at 66% each time I process the files.
  15. ianymaty

    ImgBurn Hanging During Finalisation

    Yes, you can put 4 hours on Dual Layered DVD. The size of the VOBs is related to the compression applied to the movie length to fit on target size. The VOBs will always be splited in max. 1,048,544 KB sizes Standard DVD Single Layer can hold 120 minutes though you can squeeze more but the final quality will suffer.
  16. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Discovered a pretty fatal bug in ConvertXToDVD that goes back at least a year. If you import a VRO file that is made up of multiple recordings on a Panasonic DVD Video recorder, regardless of the contents running time, ConvertXToDVD only imports/converts 1 minute of contents. I regressed from 7.0.0.68 to 64 and it does it then, too. Even on 69 Beta. I know VRO works because this failing VRO is just under 2 hours and I had an over 2 hour VRO that converted in 64 a few months ago. The only difference was that VRO was one recorded stream, whereas this failing VRO is made up of 4 separate recordings. I submitted both a bug report and on the VSO forums.
  17. I've been having trouble creating an ISO file for some MP4s prior to burning a DVD. (I unchecked the 'Burn project to disc' in DVD Flick.) In summary, and with one exception, ImgBurn gets stuck at 66% every time during the Finalisation stage whilst running DVD Flick. VOB files seem to have been created successfully but no corresponding ISO file. (I've also tried in vain leaving it running overnight.) The exception being when I run it for a single mp4 file. I intend using Dual Layered DVDs for the final burn and specified this whilst setting up the project details. I know the process of DVD Flick calling ImgBurn at finalise works, as I tested the creation of ISO files using rewritable Single Layered DVDs which subsequently played on a BluRay player. Three of the MP4 episodes are just under 1 hour in length and the fourth is 51 minutes. Am I right in thinking I can comfortably get just under 4 hours on Dual Layered DVDs? Not that that is the issue at the moment. My first question is, has anyone else experienced this kind of 'hanging' trying to create an ISO for Dual Layered DVDs? (Plenty of disc space before you ask.) Cutting the project right back, I eventually tried creating the ISO for just a single MP4 which worked. So I decided to uncheck the 'Create ISO only' which resulted in a successful Finalisation and the VOB files created exactly the same size as when it hangs at 66%. I repeated this process for the 2, 3 and 4 mp4 files. My next question is concerning the amount of VOB files created each time and their sizes. I'll try my best to explain this. I've discovered that the process creates more VOB files per mp4 when I run it for 1 or 2 files than it does when I run it for 3 or 4 files. Can anyone offer an explanation for this? Is it indicating better quality with 2 hours on the DVD taking up just as much disc space as it would for 3 or 4 episodes? For instance, a file size of 1,048,544 KB shows up as 15 minute data in the 1 and 2 episode runs, yet shows as 22 mins for the 3 episode run and 29 mins for the 4 episode run. The overall amount of data storage is just under the maximum for DL discs on the 2, 3 & 4 episode runs. I find this all quite fascinating. All being well, I should be able to use the files in VIDEO_TS to burn the Dual Layered disc(s) but I would prefer to use a single ISO file to carry out this process. In my view there is slightly less to go wrong. Also there is a question mark over this conversion process - I don't wish to waste DVDs if it fails. I don't believe it's relevant but I'll mention it anyway, I am running a one year old Dell Inspiron 17 5770 under Windows 10. Sorry, bit of a lengthy one but I did try and find an answer before posting. Regards Rick Below are the file details for the 1, 2, 3 and 4 episodes run. I hope they make sense. 1 single episode - which was the only time it created an ISO file (3.83 GB)... 2 episodes... 3 episodes... 4 episodes...
  18. Thank you for your help I have a problem with find update.
  19. That update won't override that switch. It still behaves according to your settings and the ini file. You need to update as this behind on dozens of frame rate bug fixes, authoring fixes... Just do it and keep doing it. But glad it's fixed [emoji4] Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  20. Thank you so much Ch3vr0n! Great job! Thank you for your time for me. My disk now has a normal end. Awesome I needed it so much. Thank you but everything is ok right now, so maybe better not... I had always auto playback loop. Yes, it is default behavior, but now my problem with help Ch3vr0n will forgotten
  21. Oh and you need to update your bdrb badly. You're severely outdated, latest version is 0.60.29 just over a week ago. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  22. dbminter

    Can you automated common burns? (DVD Data)

    There are command line switches to ImgBurn, but I've never used them before. You could create a .BAT file calling ImgBurn.exe with these parameters to automate the process. Then, all you'd have to do is create 10 different .BAT files because each one would have a different input/output name. Just double click on the .BAT file and it executes. However, someone else will have to tell you about the command line parameters, as I've never used them before, sorry.
  23. Found your switch. From BDRB's hiddenopts.txt info file MOVIE_ONLY_LOOP=n n = 0/1 - If set to "1" (default), movie-only discs will automatically restart at end-of-play Add that switch to the bdrebuilder.ini file under the [OPTIONS] section, and set it to 0. aka MOVIE_ONLY_LOOP=0 and save it. Do a NEW encode, do not resume. Should fix your problem
  24. Auto-loop is indeed the default behavior. I use bdrb occasionally. There is a parameter that can be added to the configuration ini filento prevent this, but I cant think of it. Your best option is to go to the doom9 forum thread and ask there. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  25. I have about 10 different data discs that I burn for work purposes and send out to different clients. I am looking for a way that I can save a project / shortcut onto my desktop or wherever is easiest, so that when I need to burn a certain disc, i can just click that link and it does it all automated. Is this possible? The more automation the better - at the moment i just have 10 projects saved but when i open them I then need to eject the tray manually, put in a disc, wait for it to be ready and the click start burn, and then there are numerous prompts about volumes which I dont really understand etc. Thanks for any advice in advance, J x
  26. Have you used this software before and it didn't do this? Because it seems to be the default behavior of the output of this software. To reload the video at the end of playback. However, since this appears to be BD Video related, I know next to nothing about how that behaves.
  27. No, my blu-ray disc don't start automatically only when a disc finished (movie), play automatically again (loop playback). I do structure with BD Rebuilder, v0.50.05. I show you my settings:
  28. dbminter

    Medium Format Corrupted error

    Funny, the exact same thing happened again on the first disc from a different stack of BD-R's! Medium corrupt error but a 2nd attempt to burn it starts. Weird. So, it must be something going wrong with this Pioneer crap. It seems the reason the 2nd attempt works is because no actual data was written before the failure. It says 0 KB written when I cancel the operation.
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