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ImgBurn support for programs that used to use DVD Decrypter to burn images?

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Hello,

 

Like everyone else, I am excited to see the great image burning functionality of DVD Decrypter once more available and was wondering if ImgBurn is compatible with other programs that call DVD Decrypter to burn ISO images? It would be great to be able to use this automated functionality once again.

 

Cheers,

Tom

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I'll say no it wont call up IMGBURN .Any program that would use Decrypters burn engine will be looking for just that, Decrypter and nothing else .When IMGBURN is out long enough those programs that called for Decrypter might be changed to look for IMGBURN or an option of Decrypter or IMGBURN but one in particular Shrink is not being upgraded anymore, it would be up to the programmers to change it and release new versions .Just an opinion

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gust0208, Polo is probably right, any current program that calls for DVDD to burn does just that, that particular program will not be looking for IMG. One thing you could do is after using a particular program, just move the ISO files into IMG and burn away. :D

Edited by kevdriver

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PgcEdit will change to IB in version 6.1, for those who are interested.

 

Regards

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I think all programs that used DVD Dec for burning will move over to ImgBurn now.

 

Be it via a hack (if the author has stopped updating them), or when the author gets a chance.

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How about just renaming the file to what DVDD was? And putting in same Dir. I thought ImgBurn used the same cli args (/src,/dest,/start,/close,etc.)? Am I wrong?

Edited by ROBAK

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That wouldn't necesarily work. Shrink, for example, looks for a DVDD registry entry. Simply changing the exe name wouldn't add or alter the registry entried needed by Shrink.

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That wouldn't necesarily work. Shrink, for example, looks for a DVDD registry entry. Simply changing the exe name wouldn't add or alter the registry entried needed by Shrink.
It works. :P

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It works. :P

That could be because of a registry entry from a previous DVDD installation. If you had never installed DVDD before I don't think that simply renaming the exe would allow Shrink to detect it...

Edited by digidragon

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It works. :P

That could be because of a registry entry from a previous DVDD installation. If you had never installed DVDD before I don't think that simply renaming the exe would allow Shrink to detect it...

True.

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ok this may seem elementary but w/out tring do you still have access to both apps! :huh:

Edited by l8nights

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I am making a guide on how to use DVD Shrink and ImgBurn together (as of right now until it can be fixed).

 

One thing I wanted to ask is, how do you set the max write speed in ImgBurn so that when DVD Shrink calls up the program to burn, it won't burn at "MAX" but, it will remember the last speed used or use one that you have specified.

Edited by jmet

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You use the /SPEED CLI switch to set it at runtime, or don't specify that an it'll use the last one you selected.

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I hear jmet's next guide is "how to clean shite outta yer truck!" Apparently he has some experience with this...... =))

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It wasn't just shite, it was diarrhea! :))

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I just checked out the guide brilliant now you'll have to make one to change it back if the app's shrink and such allow for auto burn w/ imgburn! lol

 

just sell the truck man!

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never used that program but if it can make an ISO then I can't see why IMGburn wouldn't work give it a shot :thumbup:

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never used that program but if it can make an ISO then I can't see why IMGburn wouldn't work give it a shot :thumbup:

can i ask what u use? ps thanks for the reply

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what do u use to fit it on a dvd5 after u decrypt? :innocent:

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