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How to get ingburn not come when upload to DVD

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Hi name is Martin Green my problem is I have been trying to upload a Halloween DVD that I have put together for my autism brother James I do it every year but last year I use DVD Flick and it went on it did fine now I use DVD Flick and I try download to a disc it all automatically go to imagburner and it never ever used to go to imagburner I don't know what I've done and I've been trying so long ! to get rid of imagburner of DVD Flick this year 2017 I'm trying to upload a Halloween DVD for my autism brother James and I can't get on this year as it goes to ingeburner and I've been trying get this done for Halloween because he is my birth brother adopted into another family do I need to get this done so I can posted it to him not too late for Halloween anyway I can get imagburner to stop coming up it's driving !! me ! mad ! :angry: it never used to keep coming up now it does 

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I'm not sure I follow you?

 

DVD flick has always used ImgBurn to burn the actual disc.

 

Yes it uses Imagburner but it never showed up when uploading and take soooooo long to upload so long to say I say about one and more nights but before it just uploaded to disc and when done and then I played it on my DVD player so it will play on others see what I mean HLEP SOS !! :frustrated:  :zipped:

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Yes I know but it will not upload to my dsic when the disc is blank and as imagburn come up but it never use to come up show up if use it and  worked !!!!! so  how get rid of it by not showing up so the DVD WILL upload to the disc so it load  see what I mean  :jumpon:  :frustrated:

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Imgburn doesn't upload anything and it never has. Uploading means sending something to eg a file host such as rapidgator or your Google drive. Imgburn only sends data from your hard drive to blank disc aka BURNING. Data not being on the disc generally means you had test mode active, or using crappy blanks.

 

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Yeah, I was just going to say, by uploading, do you mean it's taking an hour to burn the image to a disc?  If so, that's a variety of possibilities and we would need a log of a burn/write operation.  If you're uploading the file to Google Drive or OneDrive, then ImgBurn has nothing to do with that.

 

 

Or are you trying to read a DVD from a drive and copy it to your hard drive.  You could mean "uploading" the DVD contents to hard drive, but that's a copy/read operation.  Not an upload.

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