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    Settings for burning movie for TV DVD

    Hello Cholla Thanks for your reply. As you can see from the attached screenshot, I now have my ISO file (3.01GB). So I put as blank DVD in my D drive, open up ImgBurn, select Mode | Write from the menu and Tools | Automatic Write Speed at x8, then click on 'Write image file to disk', then File | Browse for a source file, select my ISO file, and ensure the name of my D drive is in the Destination field. Does that sound about right? Thanks.
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    Settings for burning movie for TV DVD

    Thanks again, especially for the link. In the guide, it says: Now you need to enter the file name for your image file in the 'Destination' box. In this example, we use 'I:\DVD ISO\STAR_WARS_EPISODE_IV.iso'. You can enter it manually or click the 'Browse for a file...' button. I do not have an iso files in my VIDEO_TS folder, only 2 BUP files, 2 IFO files, and 4 VOB files.
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    Settings for burning movie for TV DVD

    So, under Tools I should have 'Build' ticked? (At the moment, I have 'Write' selected). Thanks again.
  4. Hello Can I ask, please, what my ImgBurn settings should be for me to burn a movie (video + audio) onto a blank DVD disk. The disk will be used in a TV DVD player and it is important that it starts automatically. On loading ImgBurn, I choose 'Write image file to disk' and I know the write speed should be set as 8x and that I have to point ImgBurn at the location of my VIDEO_TS folder. The 'Destination' should be the name of my D drive (CD/DVD tray). Is there anything else I should know, please? Thank you.
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    Burning images to a DVD

    Many thanks for your advice and to you Ch3vr0n for the link - I have downloaded it.
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    Burning images to a DVD

    Hello I have quite a few image 'stills' (jpgs) that I would like to burn to a blank DVD (the person who the disk is for only has a TV DVD player and not a CD player). What is the best way of doing that, please, in IMGBURN? If possible, the images should appear on his TV screen in a slideshow. Many thanks
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    Thanks to you both. I will take a look at the Verbatim site. I notice that while Verbatim DataLife + CDs are recommended for burning audio (MP3) files, there seems to be no equivalent for burning movie/video files (movie downloads, footage from a camcorder), such as Verbatim DataLife + DVDs. What would that be, please? Thanks again for your time.
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    I take it that the other big brands https://www.tesco.com/direct/technology-mobile/blank-cds-dvds/cat3375479.cat such as Philips and Sony, are also reputable?
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    Yes, I will. I didn't realise that there are Rolls Royce disks and Ford disks! I suppose you get what you pay for.
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    That worked! Thanks for your help!
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    I will give it a go with Verbatim and post back. Cheers
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    Burning to Traxdata DVD failed

    Thanks. I have a number of Verbatim DVD+RW disks (4x speed vitesse) which have Windows recovery files on them. I am happy to clear all data on these disks if you think they would be up to the job. Thanks
  13. Hello I would be grateful on what I am doing wrong, please, before I waste anymore blank DVDs (Traxdata 8x). I have an MP4 movie which plays fine on my PC, but fails right at the end (97% complete) when burning the VIDEO_TS folder to a blank DVD. This is the error I get: I am also attaching the log file. Thanks for any help. ImgBurn.log
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    Burning a CD

    Yes, I think we all agree I need an audio CD-R/RW blank disk. I will get a set as soon as the holiday is over.
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    Burning a CD

    Thanks. At the end of the final burning process onto the blank DVD, the error referred to 'wrong media'. This final product is for a CD/DVD player, not a computer.
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