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Posts posted by Ch3vr0n

  1. Yes it can, but pretty sure in that case only 'movie-only'. As the size reduction needed is too big for a full disc copy to DVD. Think about it, a full BD50 can be 45gb even to a bd9 that's 8.5gb that's a 5x reduction. You need to calculate in the video, audio, subtitles, bitrate restrictions... I'd have try it but I have no need for that method. The best option for that would be movie only with 1 audio track, subtitles (even if you keep all of them) don't need a lot of space


    BD50 to BD25 is simple. That's no more complicated than CloneDVD dvd9 to dvd5. CloneBD is the Blu-ray equivalent of CloneDVD2 and CloneDVD Mobile (Avi,MP4,mkv...) combined into a single product. Feel free to try it out :-)


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  2. Imgburn doesn't upload anything and it never has. Uploading means sending something to eg a file host such as rapidgator or your Google drive. Imgburn only sends data from your hard drive to blank disc aka BURNING. Data not being on the disc generally means you had test mode active, or using crappy blanks.


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  3. Sure it can, to imgburn it's all just data. What matters is if you'll use the proper UDF type and if your player supports 'bd5/bd9' type discs. Although it's burnt to a DVD, due to the bdmv structure is classed as a Blu-ray. Not all players support those, especially not if the menu is Java based.


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  4. Yes it does allow you, and no imgburn doesn't have a malware loader. The opencandy dll does the loading of the offers, NOT imgburn or the installer.


    The opt-out LOOKS disabled (greyed out), but still selectable. Then there's the /nocandy switch and the option to temp disable you're internet connection. All of the above will prevent the DLL from loading the offers.


    So no, imgburn doesn't violate any statutes. Federal or otherwise, do the research.


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  5. You don't, but every disc has one whether you like it or not. There's NOT A SINGLE DISC in the whole world that doesn't have a volume name. Some movie studios for example lack to set a specific one for a movie and the disc so shows just 'bd_rom". Well that 'bd_rom' in that case IS the volume name.


    When you don't specify one yourself, IMGBurn will simply use the root folder name AS the volume name. A volumenameless disc DOES NOT exist, period.


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  6. There's no way to tell it NOT to use a volume label. EVERY disc has one. But there is a setting to automatically say 'yes' to that question. It'll then just use the root folder name as volume label. But you then also love the 'volume label slider' all the way to the left (from 30sec to 1sec I think). That'll get rid of the 'popup' screens for volume label.


    I never set one either, that's how I do it.


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  7. The main issue with matSHITa ones is if you plan on using it with eg AnyDVD to decrypt foreign region discs. (Eg disc is region 1, drive region 2) even with a set hardware region, there's something in them or the firmware that prevents eg AnyDVD from doing it's job and remove DVD disc region.


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  8. Nope, no virusses are installed by IMGBurn. Never has, you're likely just one of those 'next, next, next' clickers that doesn't read/look what's on the screen. Any ad-ware that gets installed is your own doing. It always has been able to be deselected through the setup. Pretty sure the official IMGBurn mirror (7) doesn't include the opencandy dll anymore. It was THAT DLL that loaded the offers, not IMGBurn itself. Why don't you inform us 'cocksuckers' where you grabbed the setup, then go wash that foul mouth of yours with a bar of soap. Any strong opinion you may have, vac also be said without using such foul language.


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  9. Simple. Your player doesn't support playing MP4 files. When you burn an MP4 all you're doing is creating a data data disc with an MP4 on or. You'll need to convert that MP4 to an actual DVD structure.


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