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Why does ImgBurn change the type of CD from Data to DivX Video

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Hey

 

Im having a annoying issue with ImgBurn (first ever). Im writing a data CD with a bunch of pictures and one AVI. Because of that ONE AVI, ImgBurn automatically changes the type of disc from data to DivX Video. I want it to be recored as simple date, not a video. How can I fix this?

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It's not a divx video disc there is no such thing as such. If it's got a video_ts then yeah but it ain't so it's not.

 

What says it's a divx video >? windows/ dvd player ?

 

Unless you mean something else If so I have no idea what you're going on about.:Lol

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News to me :lol actually Yeah this will/might be the page 2 stuff luk added in either latest or the version just before this one.

 

Sorry.

 

I still think of it as video or data

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All that the DivX Video settings do is verify if you have at least ISO9660 + Joliet filesystems and suggest to use them if appropriate. It won't change the end results of your burning.

 

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All that the DivX Video settings do is verify if you have at least ISO9660 + Joliet filesystems and suggest to use them if appropriate. It won't change the end results of your burning.

 

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Even if I say Yes or No, it will still make it a DivX Video disc. I want it to be a data disc.

 

I had to burn it with CDBurnerXP.

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Just in case you missed it...

All that the DivX Video settings do is verify if you have at least ISO9660 + Joliet filesystems and suggest to use them if appropriate. It won't change the end results of your burning.

:rolleyes:

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Indeed, it's just a name based on content.

 

If you tell the program not to change the file system/options then it won't.

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Indeed, it's just a name based on content.

 

If you tell the program not to change the file system/options then it won't.

I told it "No" and it changed mines anyhow.

 

This is using the Write files/folders to disc option.

Yup it changes it to DivX Video automatically, even if I say no.

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No it didn't.

 

Oh and to correct myself, the 'Content Type' field displayed in the log/info box is based on content AND file system selection.

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Argumentative little blighter, isn't he?

 

Another winner of the SFIOTD award.

 

Regards

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