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#1 Daystrom M5

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 10:41 AM

Hello,

After a recent problem burning a DVD I decided I wanted to view the numerous ImgBurn .ibg files saved on my system.

I was dismayed to find that ImgBurn has no internal support for these files but relies on DVDInfoPro to provide a graphical view of these files.

While DVDInfoPro offers quite a few outstanding features it is, unfortunately, a trialware program and a quick bit of research at the VideoHelp website (The same site that introduced me to ImgBurn) revealed quite a few negative opinions towards this aspect of the program and the programs author.

As some what of a "shade tree" programmer I decided to make a weekend project of creating a freeware program that will allow people to view the .ibg files generated by ImgBurn. I have attached my first pathetic attempt at such a program.

(Version 1.0.1.4) Attached File  BurnPlot.exe   104KB   3727 downloads
The program is a work in progress. I am currently working on the RPM plot calculations and the ability to use language files.

I had some spare time yesterday and decided to add a bell and/or whistle to the program. Added a pseudo CAD/CAM feel to this version - mouse over the plots and the sector and plot value information will be displayed. No real functional changes so I left the previous version available for download.

(Version 1.0.1.5) Attached File  BurnPlot.exe   112KB   8018 downloads
Any suggestions or comments concerning the program will be appreciated.

Thank you.

Edited by Daystrom M5, 11 September 2009 - 04:49 AM.


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Posted 09 June 2009 - 11:43 AM

To be honest, I wasn't exactly over the moon when DIP went shareware. I thought I had an understanding with the guy but I only found out about it the same time everyone else did - and that was by downloading the latest version and seeing it ask me for a serial number etc.

So anyway, thanks for taking the time to put this together and I hope you don't mind if I just make a few passing comments?!

You need a scale for the RPM line really, it looks odd without one.

Ditch the big 'drag a file to open' it type text (looks a bit tacky?!) and just add a simple (read only) edit box and a browse button. If the user D+D's onto the graph box then update the edit box etc.

The bold text for the graph axis doesn't improve the look and personally I don't think there's any need to have it bold.

It would be a lot nicer if the toggle buttons were themed too - but then you'll have to rethink how the colour reference is displayed and perhaps just have an indication by the side of the button instead?

If you're ok to continue to tweak it here and there, I'll stick it on the download page (giving you credit of course) when it's done.

It won't open the attached IBG from a BD burn.
It also won't open an IBG from where the user has just done a 'Read' operation on a disc.

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 12:27 PM

onanidaily :whistling: flot navn

doesn't look quite right on my pc

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 12:52 PM

@ corny

My graphs looks the same as your graph in my Vista computer.

@ onanidaily

Great idea! :thumbup:

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 12:55 PM

Works ok here (on the files it can actually open)

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Could be a non-English OS thing?

Oh and it could really do with (or rather its 'needs') the ability to open an IBG passed as an argument when you run the program.
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Posted 09 June 2009 - 01:16 PM

I'll run a test on my computer to switch Vista to English as default language, to see if that makes a difference.

Having the ability to save in .png format would also be nice. :)

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 01:23 PM

It only seems to save a pic of the entire desktop (mutliple screens too, if you have them) at the moment, I'm sure that could be tweaked.

I still prefer to use snagit myself though :)
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Posted 09 June 2009 - 05:05 PM

if i remember rightly , weren't there things that had to be tweaked with dvdip originally for non english OS?

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 05:13 PM

Probably.

These kinds of issues are normally caused by floating point values that use a ',' instead of a '.' etc.

I believe ImgBurn always uses a '.', but if the local settings mean the conversion from a string to float in BurnPlot is expecting a ',', you'll get some very odd results

EDIT: If I set my decimal seperator to ',' and my digit grouping to '.', my graphs are messed up too.

So the important thing where BurnPlot is concerned is to always use '.' for the decimal seperator. The grouping one shouldn't even come into it as my values in the IBG do not use it and that just leaves ',' as the list seperator (i.e. used between the various values).
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Posted 09 June 2009 - 09:43 PM

it would be really nice if ImgBurn had its own "DVDInfoPro" !!!

Im on a FRENCH XP SP3 and i cant make it work...

i always get this error msg:

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 11:02 PM

if your log shows 2,4 [two comma four] and not 2.4 [two point four] (for example) as a supported speed then you have the same problem as us other foreign os users

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 12:46 AM

[START_CONFIGURATION]
IBGD_VERSION=2

DATE=31-05-2009 20:44:52

SAMPLE_RATE=100

DEVICE=[3:0:0] PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D 1.28 (F:) (ATA)
DEVICE_ADDRESS=3:0:0
DEVICE_MAKEMODEL=PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-112D
DEVICE_FIRMWAREVERSION=1.28
DEVICE_DRIVELETTER=F
DEVICE_BUSTYPE=ATA

MEDIA_TYPE=DVD-R
MEDIA_BOOKTYPE=DVD-R
MEDIA_ID=CMC MAG. AM3
MEDIA_TRACKPATH=PTP
MEDIA_SPEEDS=4x; 6x; 8x; 12x; 16x
MEDIA_CAPACITY=2297888
MEDIA_LAYER_BREAK=0

DATA_IMAGEFILE=E:\Downloads\temp\R3.ISO
DATA_SECTORS=2266704
DATA_TYPE=MODE1/2048
DATA_VOLUMEIDENTIFIER=multi-emu

WRITE_TEST_MODE=False
WRITE_SPEED_SELECTED=12x
WRITE_SPEED_START=7.10
WRITE_SPEED_END=8.04
WRITE_SPEED_AVERAGE=8.66
WRITE_SPEED_MAX=12.71
WRITE_TIME_TAKEN=424
[END_CONFIGURATION]

HRPC=True
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Posted 10 June 2009 - 08:19 AM

Hi everyone,

Thank you for the input.

As LIGHTNING UK! pointed out, most of the problems you are having stem from an OS running in a language other than English and the use of different plot data seperators.

As I mentioned, I put this together last weekend and never even thought about handling foreign language conventions.

Currently, BurnPlot expects the plot values to be in CSV format and uses string comparisions to pick up the burn file information and detect the end of burn and verify plot data. Both of these go right out the window when faced with a language other than English and the use of a '.' instead of a ',' to seperate the plot data values. I will try to implement checksum verification on the next version and then I can eliminate the string comparisons making the program language independent. (I hope !) I will also check for the plot data value seperator type to solve that problem.

@ LIGHTNING UK! - I don't mind tweaking the program if people feel it may be useful.
I appreciate your UI suggestions and will implement them.
The .ibg file you attached has an anomaly I have not run into with all the .ibg files I have on my system. The file info shows "DATA_SECTORS=2468832". The last burn data sample sector count = 2468832 but the last verify data sample sector count is only 236736. This allowed the program to over run the data and caused the error you received while opening the file. I will fix that.
Can you attach a read only .ibg file so I can see why it won't open ?

@ cornholio7, Cynthia, and eSkRo - Can you attach the .ibg files you used to create the plots shown in your posts ? I will use them to verify the efficacy of my modifications.

Again, thanks for the input. I will see what I can do and upload a new version in a couple of days.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 11:23 AM

It will definitely be useful, I just hope you don't mind spending a bit more time on it to get it 'just right'. :)

ImgBurn will always output the values seperated by a ',' and it'll always use a '.' for the decimal symbol.

So I'm wondering if your development environment is actually doing the language stuff for you and 'trying' to read in (or convert) the values based on the regional settings?

That IBG I added was probably from me cancelling whatever it was doing. Don't expect anything to be there in full :)

Likewise, the CPU usage value can be -1.0... which basically means it wasn't available / captured.

For a Read / Verify only IBG, there won't be the normal block of values that deal with the write speeds. Perhaps that's where the program is currently falling over.
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Posted 10 June 2009 - 12:49 PM

A Swedish .ibg file.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:26 PM

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 11:24 PM

Hi Cynthia and cornholio7,

Thanks for attaching your .ibg files.

Unfortunately, they seem to open properly on my system. (See attached pictures.) It looks like I am dealing with a Windows conversion problem.

From your screen captures it looks like you are both running Vista - is that correct ?

Could you open your .ibg files in notepad and send me a screen capture so I can see how they are presented on your systems ?

@LIGHTNING UK! - I am not sure how DVDInfoPro is coming up with the Write RPM plots. My Verify RPM plots seem to match DVDInfoPro but my Write RPM plots not so much. Are the Write/Verify RPM values in the .ibg files direct RPM values or are they a percentage as are the CPU and Buffer values ?

Please attach a read only .ibg so I can use it to verify my program changes.

Thanks.
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Posted 10 June 2009 - 11:48 PM

Running Vista 32 bit Ultimate. :)

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IBGD

;PLEASE READ THE LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE USING THIS FILE
;BY USING THIS FILE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS

[START_CONFIGURATION]
IBGD_VERSION=2

DATE=30-04-2009 04:50:19

SAMPLE_RATE=100

DEVICE=[2:0:0] PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-115D 1.22 (D:) (ATA)
DEVICE_ADDRESS=2:0:0
DEVICE_MAKEMODEL=PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-115D
DEVICE_FIRMWAREVERSION=1.22
DEVICE_DRIVELETTER=D
DEVICE_BUSTYPE=ATA

MEDIA_TYPE=DVD+R
MEDIA_BOOKTYPE=DVD-ROM
MEDIA_ID=MCC-004-00
MEDIA_TRACKPATH=PTP
MEDIA_SPEEDS=4x; 6x; 8x; 12x; 16x; 20x
MEDIA_CAPACITY=2295104
MEDIA_LAYER_BREAK=0

DATA_IMAGEFILE=N:\SCHOOL_OF_LIFE.ISO
DATA_SECTORS=2294040
DATA_TYPE=MODE1/2048
DATA_VOLUMEIDENTIFIER=SCHOOL_OF_LIFE

WRITE_TEST_MODE=False
WRITE_SPEED_SELECTED=6x
WRITE_SPEED_START=5.74
WRITE_SPEED_END=5.74
WRITE_SPEED_AVERAGE=5.78
WRITE_SPEED_MAX=6.05
WRITE_TIME_TAKEN=596

VERIFY_SPEED_START=2.39
VERIFY_SPEED_END=16.04
VERIFY_SPEED_AVERAGE=10.90
VERIFY_SPEED_MAX=16.04
VERIFY_TIME_TAKEN=304
[END_CONFIGURATION]

HRPC=True

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5.74,64704,99,91.84,6.40

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16.25,2291872,99,14.20
16.25,2292960,99,0.00
16.13,2294040,99,10.30
0.00,2294040,99,14.20
[END_VERIFY_GRAPH_VALUES]
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#19 LIGHTNING UK!

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 01:49 AM

There is no RPM data in the IBG file, it's generated by DIP. If you're unsure of what's what in the file, you only have to ask... there's no need to attempt to reverse engineer it. :)

Regarding the floating point conversion issue (or whatever it is), if you can't find a function that doesn't attempt to use the localised decimal separator, just do a string replace on the '.' within the IBG string value and replace it with whatever the conversion function would be expecting.

If it's more an issue of breaking up the line into the various values, are you actually parsing the lines looking for commas' to separate the values or are you using some function to split the line for you (which might then be using the wrong character) ?

Attached are the IBG's from Verifying (which is basically the same as Read) a CD and a DVD, obviously it'll need to cater for HD DVD and BD too though :)

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 02:01 AM

Sorry for the late reply...

Here's my IBG -> http://www.sendspace.com/file/ocq8kj

Remember, im using Windows XP SP3 French!

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