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berini

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  1. Personally, I always use the Layout Editor to create a folder to put the .md5 and .txt files in.
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    Shortcut keys

    Cool! Thank you!
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    Shortcut keys

    Is there a listing somewhere of all available shortcut keys in ImgBurn? In particular, I'm looking for a shortcut key for "New Folder" in the Layout Editor. Thanks in advance!
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    Happy Birthday LIGHTNING UK!

    Congratulations! Have a great day!
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    ImgBurn v2.5.7.0 Released!

    Cool! Thank you!
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    How does the "verify" option work?

    I understand. Interesting. Instead of checking what's on the disc, it checks what should be on the disc. Thanks for explaining!
  7. A question just out of curiosity. When ImgBurn is burning, you can check the "verify" checkbox. I always do. After burning, ImgBurn will verify the disc. But what does ImgBurn do when it verifies? Does it check the burned data (bit-to-bit) against the data on the HD, or does it check against a (temporary) image, or against a checksum file, or...? I'm asking because when I burn a DVD video disc, ImgBurn often alters some IFO/BUP files (which actually is a good thing as I read somewhere else, but that's another story). However, ImgBurn tells me the disc is OK after verifying. Well, the disc is OK, but it's different from the files I made ImgBurn burn to disc.
  8. Would be a good idea to put a sticky topic on top of the "Bugs" and "Suggestions" threads, editable by the forum admins and/or mods? The "Bugs" sticky could be a listing of known (open) bugs, and the "Suggestions" sticky could be a listing of suggestions that are under consideration to put into a future version of ImgBurn. This way, if a user has a suggestion, or problem that might be caused by a bug, s/he can look in these posts to see if the suggestion/bug has already been reported. It might also save the forum admins and/or mods some time as they can just refer to these posts when a known suggestion or bug is posted.
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    Fantastic

    Couldn't agree more. IMNSHO this is the best burning software available, even better than a lot (if not all) of its paid competitors. I really like the insight the program is giving in the several processes that are going on, and the number of things you can tweak and edit - if you want to. It quite reminds me of an "old flame": Feurio. I also think that the level of support you get on this forum is amazing - fast and good advice. It's also very interesting to read other people's questions, and the answers to those questions. Thank you!
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    Tips to determine the layer break?

    Yes, Windows XP still running smoothly.
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    Tips to determine the layer break?

    Thanks! That is a very interesting read and also shows the importance of the "preview" window to work. Luckily, checking the "Don't Use DirectDraw Overlays" checkbox fixed the issue for me!
  12. I was wondering if you could give me some pointers to decide where to put the layer break, when there are several options. F.i.: - I already read that if the SPLIP column says "No", that's something good. - The number in the "padding" column, would that be an issue? - The "%" column, maybe? BTW, I can't get the preview option to work; the screen stays black. Thanks in advance!
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    Coming from Nero

    First of all, thank you for your very swift reply! 1. No biggie, I just thought I'd mention it so you'd be aware there's (at least some) demand for it. 2. The F12 tip is very welcome! That'll save me quite some time. Thanks! 3. Yes, that's what I figured. The "Project > ISO > Write Queue"-route might be a bit inefficient, though. Maybe some sort of "queue" option for burning projects might just be an idea. Not that I can't live without it; especially now I know the F12 trick which will essentially do the same thing! Thanks!
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    Coming from Nero

    Hello, I recently discovered ImgBurn and I regret it has taken me such a long time to discover this excellent piece of software. I've been using Nero 6 since it came bundled with my drive (actually a few drives ago, but Nero just keeps on working). So, you'll probably understand that I'm pretty used to the way Nero works and I'm just starting to learn the ins and outs of ImgBurn. This is why I have a couple of questions about how to do things with ImgBurn. I hope you don't mind me asking. 1. Volume Labels After I burned a certain kind of disc in Nero (say, a "DVD Video"), and I return to this window for another (say, "DVD Video"), Nero remembers the Volume Label I entered with my previous burn. I think this is quite convenient. Is there a setting somewhere in ImgBurn that makes the program remember my previous Volume Label? 2. Multiple Instances In Nero, I can create a compilation for a disc, comparable to Build Mode in ImgBurn. Before I burn that compilation, I can open another instance of Nero, and create another compilation. I haven't found a similar possibility in ImgBurn, as it deletes my current compilation when I select "New Project". The workaround I'm using now is that I save my current project, and then create a new one. Is there a smarter way? 3. Batch burning of projects As a result of point 2 above, I tried to create a couple of compilations and save these projects. Then I tried to "batch burn" them. This was not possible as the "batch burn" option only seems to recognize image files (like .iso files). Is there a way to "batch burn" predefined projects? I realize the above may sound like I actually prefer Nero above ImgBurn. This is, of course, not the case. Not that I think Nero is bad; I just think ImgBurn is way cooler. I'm only using the examples of Nero to make clear what I'm trying to ask: "What is the smartest way to achieve this" (if possible; and even if the answer is "this is not possible with ImgBurn", I'd still prefer ImgBurn). Thank you for reading this and answering my questions!
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