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ImgBurn v2.2.0.0 Released!

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Corny,

 

Yup, it needed updating a bit :)

 

It was still based on the very first version and of course a lot has been added since then.

 

I bet most people don't know what ImgBurn is capable of, hopefully the new text on the website will give them some clues.

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Thank you for the new version. It's nice having the new, Read feature.

 

As I don't have any scratched dvds to test, could you tell if it has the error correcting capabilities of DVDDecrypter? I have managed to read many badly scratched discs, unreadable even with some known CD and DVD data recovery tools.

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It retries errors 20 times and you can change all the same settings for software retries, hardware retries and 'ignore read errors' that you could in DVD Dec.

 

If the error is really bad, you can ignore it and it'll just write zeroes to the sector - as DVD Dec did.

 

There was nothing special in DVD Dec.

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Thanks for the update, I can't wait to try it on my Samsung and play with all the new stuff.

budzos

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Thanks LUK!

 

And a change log that's 50% bigger than the one for 2.1.0.0, that's going to take a while to digest!

 

I've just been having a good look round (mostly to find the?'Optimise?Duplicate?Files'?option,?took?me?a?while)?and?noticed:

 

Imgburn2.2.png

 

Shouldn't the one below the device be 'Lower Class Filter'?

 

Sorry for finding that on day 1.

 

Mark

Edited by MarkC

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It shows lower on mine!

 

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Thanks LUK!

 

Regards

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Ok, just double checked and it's definitely showing Upper on mine, and this is 2.2.0.0

 

Must be a funny with my machine, I'll see what I can find out.

 

Thanks Blu

 

Mark

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lol it's probably because there aren't any and so it's gets the generic 'none found' text that I copied / pasted from the upper filters area and I then forgot to change the 'upper' to 'lower'!

 

It doesn't mean anything but I'll fix it for the next release.

 

EDIT: Fixed for next release.

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And here I thought blutach would never install AnyDVD. Caught you red handed! :P;)

 

Thanks for the update LIGHTNING UK!.

 

===============================================
Filter Driver Load Order - ImgBurn v2.2.0.0
===============================================

Upper Device Filter:  redbook
Upper Class Filter:  [None Found]
		 Device:  CD/DVD-ROM Device
Lower Class Filter:  RegKill
Lower Class Filter:  PxHelp20
Lower Class Filter:  AnyDVD
Lower Device Filter:  imapi

I have no clue what RegKill is. Nor most of the other ones.

Edited by linx05

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In the past when creating ISO files, they were always fragmented. Using the read mode in this new version there is no fragmentation. This is awesome!

Thank you! :D

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linx05, I'd be inclined to remove the RegKill entry.

 

The others are fine though.

Thanks. I removed it and performed a fresh install of AnyDVD. It's not longer there. After a quick search I could not find any reason for it. Something to do with the trial I am guessing?

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v2.2 :thumbup:

 

Added: 'Auto Change Book Type' option to the settings. This is only used for LG and Samsung drives. When enabled (default), it will make the program send the appropriate command to tell the drive to booktype the disc to DVDROM at the start of every burn - obviously just for Plus format media -i.e. DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL.

 

We LG owners thank you...

Edited by Altercuno

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Ahh when I saw 'Reg' I just thought of 'Registry' and assumed it was something nasty - but I guess it was actually 'Region' :)

 

You probably could have got that from selecting it and seeing which company made it and what it's description said.

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Yeah I did. I saw the company etc but I wasn't sure what it was for. I never even thought of 'Region'. All is good now. It's the same as blutachs picture.

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So with the new READ command, that means I can do a full-on RIP TO ISO of my bootable and non-bootable CD's and then burn them as ISO's to new CD's and preserve that functionality?

 

If so, I should then be able to make full 1:1 backups of my programs, like Microsoft Office 2000 and bootable disks like my Norton Ghost Recovery CD, and they should be precise, fully functional copies (for personal use only), correct?

Edited by DudeBoyz

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