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Create ISOs from folders/files without layer break?

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How do I create ISOs from folders/files without autodetecting a layer break? Everytime I create ISOs in ImgBurn and I have to select a layer break.

 

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That's just something it does. If you aren't ever going to burn them (so they're for a NAS or whatever) edit the size of single layer media on the media tab and it won't ask you.

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But if editing the size for a DL to a SL media, won't that give me the size for a SL media? I wanted to keep it at the original uncompressed.

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I looked at the media tab and I changed the Double Layer Profile to Custom but I did not change the size and it looks if I change the size than it will shrink it to Single Layer media, correct? If yes, than I'll pass. What are other options to have without layer break and for me to keep the original at uncompressed and by that I mean without editing the size to shrink to Single Layer media?

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Thank you! I figured it out. Without changing the Double Layer size but just take the default custom size number and enter that number in for the Single Layer custom. That will get rid of the layer break and instead you will receive the popup box for DVD Video!

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ImgBurn can't shrink anything so you needn't worry about that.

 

You should only be doing what you're doing if your images aren't being burnt. Don't do it because you're too lazy to pick a location for the layer break.

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I understand. I'm not going to burn them and I am not doing this because I am lazy. I'm doing this because I'm not burning.

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