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Marcial

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  1. Marcial

    DISC LABEL

    That's why! I just tried the disc on my computer and it does read the title! Thanks a lot, LIGHTNING UK!
  2. Marcial

    DISC LABEL

    The 2nd topic, the duplicate… I was not sure if I posted my question in the right section, that's why. I am sorry. haven't been here in a long time. I tried to delete the one in the Chat but I could not do it. Would you please delete the other one for me, the one in the Chat? Sorry for the inconveniences.
  3. Marcial

    DISC LABEL

    The second step when burning a DVD with ImgBurn gives me the opportunity to write the DISC LABEL. Is that supposed to be for the movie title or any other personal reference? Well, the fact is that it does not take what I typed. I burned two blu-ray discs, I typed the titles of the movies in the box for that purpose but it wouldn't show it on the TV screen when I start playing the disc, what it shows instead is the type of disc "BD-R..." I would appreciate anyone who can clarify this issue for me. Thanks
  4. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Yeah, it was easy after your explanation. It says: "This feature automates the search on http://www.firmwarehq.com. You must be connected to the internet in order for it to work! By the way, your current firmware version is 1.00 (1.00-A2)." So I guess it does automatically.
  5. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Wow, it could be very complicated. I see now what I got into since I started burning blu-rays; never had problems with AnyDVD ripping and burning with 1 Click DVD Copy. That is regular DVDs. By the way, I just updated the firmware for that Pioneer and it seems it went well. I would like to do the same with my other burner, an LG, but I can't find its model anywhere unless I open the tower of my PC, which I hate to do. Is there other way to find out? I am pretty sure there is but I don't know it.
  6. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Exactly! I think that rules out the blank media as a possible cause of the burning failure. So it's either my burner or AnyDVD enabled. I'll find out. Oh, and I buy them at Amazon.
  7. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Great, I just learned something new from you. I found the manufacturer using DVD Identifier. These are the findings: BLU-RAY: Verbatim BD-R, 25 GB, 6X => Mitsubishi Kagaku Media BLU-RAY DL: Verbatim BD-R DL 50 GB, 4X => Mitsubishi Kagaku Media Same manufacturer for both.
  8. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    I have to leave home now but before I respond to your entire comments, Let me tell you about the blank media I AWAYS use: DVD: Verbatim DVD-R, 4.7 GB, 16X DVD DL: Verbatim DVD+R DL, 8.5 GB, 8X BLU-RAY: Verbatim BD-R, 25 GB, 6X BLU-RAY DL: Verbatim BD-R DL 50 GB, 4X And I always burn using 1/2 the speeds indicated above, and always do my best to get them manufactured in Japan. I'll be back later. Thanks so much.
  9. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Well, I am glad to read you because you know a lot. That's why I come to this forum because I still have a lot to learn and to decide. What I said about AnyDVD is that I keep the Red Fox red, not gray, while I am burning. That means the AnyDVD is enabled but I am not using it at the same time I burn, other than letting the "fox stay red". Maybe that's the problem, I don't know that much. But I think that's the way I always did it. On the other hand, disable AnyDVD takes only one click. Maybe I should do that and try ImgBurn again instead of using Windows Disc Image Burner, which works fine but doesn't allow me to make choices such as the burning speed, etc. Ok, let's suppose that it would be a good idea to buy a new burner, if it comes to that extreme. Which one would you recommend? I know that all of them sooner or later would get old. Oh, one more question, would it be advisable to update my Pioneer firmware? I haven't done since I bought it.
  10. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    I have to update my profile so that my equipment will show as it is now. The burner I have is less than one year old, and is Pioneer Internal Blu-Ray Writer (BDR-209DBK). It has been the best I had, so far. Never gave me a problem. But... nothing stays good forever. Maybe something is wrong now, particularly or maybe exclusively with blu-rays, because it's happening ONLY when I use ImgBurn as a burning software. If I use Windows Disc Image Burner, which I suspect it is of lesser quality compared to ImgBurn, everything goes beautifully, even the verification. Well, I have 2 burners, one is LG and the other one is the Pioneer, but I am using more the Pioneer thatn the LG. Even the LG I have now installed in my PC is a modern model. That said, those facts make me think that the problem is with ImgBurn. I was reading last night that ImgBurn can have some incompatibility with AnyDVD if the latter is enabled. Maybe that's the problem, I don't know. Is there any way to test the burner?
  11. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Hope this is the one. ImgBurn.log
  12. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Damn, what was I thinking? I'm sorry, I can't remember how to get the ImgBurn log file. Please tell me and I'll do it right away.
  13. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Sure, here we go. This is the log for FANTASIA 2000, which is just one of the movies that was stopped during the verification process. AnyDVD_log.txt
  14. Marcial

    Blu-ray burning fails during verification

    Thanks, Lightning UK, for reminding me. I haven't been in the forum in a long time. I tried to attach the ziplog but I am getting this message: "Upload Skipped (this file was too big to upload). The file is 1.08 MB, only .08 above the limit! Sorry, I can't remember, what should I do now? Sorry for the inconvenience.
  15. I am having problems with ImgBurn and it's happening with all blu-ray movies I try to burn lately. In view of this problem, I have done it in 2 different ways: 1) Rip Video Disc to Harddisk with AnyDVD, then select "Write files/folders to disc" from ImgBurn and bring both folders BDMV and CERTIFICATE to ImgBurn, burn and verify. 2) Rip to Image with AnyDVD, then select "Write image file to disc" from ImgBurn and bring the IMAGE FILE to ImgBurn, burn and verify. Both ways failed during the verification process. And sure enough, both copies were messy (pixelation or just stopped or both). Then I tried the second choice above but instead of using ImgBurn I right-clicked on the IMAGE FILE and let Windows Disc Image Burner do the job. It came out perfect. So something is wrong with ImgBurn and I need your help to fix it.
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