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How to create a single layer DVD Video image file using ImgBurn



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Posted 13 June 2006 - 07:45 PM

This will cover making a Single Layer ISO on your Hard Drive.

Firstly make sure your Vob, Ifo and Bup files are in a folder called VIDEO_TS

Next, open ImgBurn in Build Mode (Click 'Mode' -> 'Build') and switch the Output Mode to Image File (Click 'Output' -> 'Image File').

Click the 'Browse for a folder...' button in the source box, and navigate to the folder where you saved the files.

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When you have chosen the folder you require you can use the Calculator button to see if it will fit on the disc.

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At this point go to the 'Options' tab, and ensure ISO9660 + UDF is selected in the 'File System' drop down box. You should also configure the other options as you see them here in the screenshot.

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Next choose the 'Labels' tab and enter a nice name for your movie in both fields. This will be the 'volume label' of the disc once you've burnt it - it's what will be visible in 'My Computer' when you put the disc in your DVD drive.

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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.

When you've done that, press the Build Button. (Highlighted in the red box)

You will then see the screen below:

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Press 'OK' and ImgBurn will start building your ISO.

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Then just wait a few minutes (system dependent) and your ISO and MDS (NB: MDS file is now optional for single layer discs) will be ready.

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