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"your image doesn't appear to be the correct format for burning on to a DVD"

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Hello there, I'm running into some problems trying to burn this DVD.

 

The program is giving me an error message saying that

"your image doesn't appear to be the correct format for burning on to a DVD"

"image format: MODE 2/FORM1/2352"

"DVD format: MODE 1/2048"

 

I have no clue what that means!!! even tried to search for it, and no luck.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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What's type of file are you trying to burn? What's the file extension?

 

.bin, .cue, .img, .iso, .nrg, etc...?

 

 

it's a .bin file, I also have the cue, but it didn't show up so i can't click on that

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Odd.

 

*.bin files work just fine. I burnt one the other day. Does this file also fail with other burning s/ware such as Nero?

Edited by Shamus_McFartfinger

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nah, the program wouldn't be able to detect the file format if it was audio.

 

It's probably a ps2 game or something. VCD/SVCD perhaps.

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Isn't 2352 audio format as well?

 

I'm a bit confused now, if it can't detect audio, why are the others different?

 

I thought mode2 was mode2.

 

Can we have a brief explanation please. :)

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Im just confused :wacko:

 

 

 

Everythings back to mormal then lfc.................. =))=))=))

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Im just confused :wacko:

 

 

 

Everythings back to mormal then lfc.................. =))=))=))

is that like a normal mormon?

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Audio it 2352 bytes per sector, yes, but it's stored differently somehow and is identified as audio rather than mode 2 or whatever (I think!).

 

The reason I can't detect audio is because it has no filesystem.

 

I use filesystem signatures to determine the data type (mode 1, mode 2 etc).

 

So without a filesystem, you get 'Invalid or unsupported file format' when you try to open/load the image file.

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Audio it 2352 bytes per sector, yes, but it's stored differently somehow and is identified as audio rather than mode 2 or whatever (I think!).

 

The reason I can't detect audio is because it has no filesystem.

 

I use filesystem signatures to determine the data type (mode 1, mode 2 etc).

 

So without a filesystem, you get 'Invalid or unsupported file format' when you try to open/load the image file.

 

That explains it, thanks. :)

 

Although you would think that everything would have a filesystem of some discription. :blink:

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