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Multiple copies, Overburn once, Overburn Always?


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#1 DanBragg

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Posted 09 June 2018 - 09:09 PM

I am burning multiple copies of original content Audio, and the burn sits at 80:59 (one minute over official capacity).  I have burned it an proven that the discs I'm using can contain the content, and players play it fine.

 

However, when I tell ImgBurn to burn 10x, then Each.And.Every.Time I get the Overburn/Truncate option, stopping the burn process until I answer the prompt.

 

If I'm burning 10 copies, why would I change my mind mid-run?  Is there a setting I can make that says "if I choose Overburn/Truncate" during a multi-copy run, keep choosing the same until the run is finished"?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Daniel



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Posted 09 June 2018 - 10:00 PM

Fair point. There's no way to make it apply for a multi-copy burn.

You can work around that prompt via the General tab in the settings. 'Display Warnings' -> 'Overburning'.

The program will then automatically overburn or truncate, based on what's selected for 'Default Overburning Method' in the Settings... Write tab, Page 2.
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