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  2. Terry Garling

    I/O error message

    I adjusted the size of what I was trying to burn to the disc. That worked until a read error message popped up. I was able to continue past that and will go from there. Almost done. Thank you.
  3. LIGHTNING UK!

    I/O error message

    It looks like you tried to burn too much to the disc. The program tells you that what you've chosen to burn won't fit, which must mean you acknowledged the message.
  4. Terry Garling

    I/O error message

    I have burned several dvds in the last few days since I started using ImgBrn without an issue. Today I received the attached error message. Could you please help me correct this so I can finish the task? Thank you. Terry Garling
  5. Yesterday
  6. ianymaty

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    If there is an MDS File along the ISO you always use that file to load the ISO instead of direct selecting the ISO. If you want to burn the ISO, you select the MDS and ImgBurm will know what to do and load the ISO to burn and set the correct settings as per the MDS file (media descriptor) If you want to mount the ISO as a virtual drive you select the MDS file and the program you use (Daemon Tools, Virtual Clone Drive or whatever) will know how to treat the ISO to correctly mount it and emulate a DVD-ROM disc rather than a CD-ROM in case of ISO < 1 GB.
  7. Last week
  8. dbminter

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    Are you saying there's a PRE in front of the file name and not just the file name itself being PRE.ISO and PRE.MDS? Meaning, do you have a PRE File Name.ISO and PRE File Name.MDS? If you don't and have a PRE.ISO and PRE.MDS that file name is most likely generated from the disc label on the disc you're making an image of. If you're saying you have a PRE File Name.ISO and PRE File Name.MDS files, I can't explain where the PRE is coming from.
  9. i_am_jim

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    Do you know what to do with them?
  10. i_am_jim

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    Yes, an .iso file was created at the same time as the .mds. They both have the letters PRE in front of the file name
  11. ianymaty

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    I think an MDS file is created for DVD images smaller than 1 GB.
  12. dbminter

    An .mds file accompanies the .iso

    Open it in ImgBurn like you would an ISO file. Or MDS may be already associated with the ImgBurn software so double clicking on the MDS file might work, too. You say these are software discs you were making ISO's of. What probably happened is ISO could no longer be used for that particular disc and another format was used instead that generated a related MDS file. Are you sure an ISO file was still created? Also, an MDS could be generated, I suppose, for DVD-9 software installation discs to preserve the layer break. I'm not sure.
  13. for quite a while I have been making .iso files to backup my software disks. For the first time today ImgBurn created a companion .mds file with the .iso. How do I use the .mds file when restoring to a disk?
  14. LIGHTNING UK!

    Change content type

    If you have an ISO from tsMuxer, use the 'Write image file to disc' option within ImgBurn - as per the guide you were linked to earlier.
  15. andy53225

    Change content type

    From your current example, I have done these exact steps. When I click the last button to burn, the pop up says “content type: data”, even though I did run it through tsMuxsterGUI with no fail, chose output as blu-ray ISO, etc. I will try again following these exact screen shots and steps and give it another try. I will keep you posted and let you know my results soon. Thank you!
  16. ianymaty

    Change content type

    What exactly did tsMuxerGUI perfectly to your ISO? What is the output? Is it another ISO or a folder with content? Start from MKV and run it through tsMuxerGUI , set it to output Blu-ray ISO or Blu-ray folder. Than use ImgBurn for ISO https://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/61-how-to-write-an-image-file-to-a-disc-using-imgburn/ for folder https://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/9512-how-to-write-a-blu-ray-video-disc-using-imgburn/
  17. andy53225

    Change content type

    And how do I do that? First time using ImgBurn. Thanks for any help or suggestions
  18. LIGHTNING UK!

    cd burner for playlist

    Are you trying to burn an Audio CD? If so, follow that guide.
  19. LIGHTNING UK!

    Change content type

    The program detects it's a BD Video based on the presence of the BDMV folder. So.... where's your BDMV folder? Ah, hang on... you mention opening ImgBurn to burn the ISO in your initial post. If you have an ISO, you should be using Write mode to burn it, not Build mode.
  20. don stanton

    cd burner for playlist

    What am I suppose to do here? Which files am I to choose and why am I choosing them from my computer? I am wanting to create a play list that I already have made up that is in another cd burner but it does not hold the intire, album. I cannot drag the files I want to include in the playlist.
  21. andy53225

    Change content type

    I shouldn’t need to what? Trust me when I tell you, I cannot change the content to “BD Video” to burn a standard BD. I can burn a DATA BD, but nothing else. Do you know how to change the settings on ImgBurn to burn a BD video as opposed to a Data BD?
  22. Ch3vr0n

    Mono as stereo

    It can't. That requires recoding of the audio and duplicating the mono track for stereo. That's not something imgburn is designed to do. It's a burn tool, not an audio processing tool. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  23. Kembreg2

    Mono as stereo

    I would really be grateful if anyone could let me know how imgburn could save a mono .wav file as stereo. That would be great. I look forward to hearing from anyone with some ideas. Thanks!
  24. cornholio7

    Mono as stereo

    one way would be to convert your mono file to stereo by using this simple guide , using free software you can then burn your stereo .wav file with imgburn. i'm not sure that imgburn will do any mono/stereo conversion.
  25. Kembreg2

    Mono as stereo

    Yes, 9 years is a long time. Kudos for the software I guess, if I am still using it after such a long time. This is what I see in version 2.5.8 What does it mean and how can I get a mono .wav file to burn as stereo? Thanks!
  26. Ch3vr0n

    Change content type

    You shouldn't need to. Imgburn should offer you to correct any incorrect settings if there are any for the disc structure you're telling it to burn. If your iso contains a bdmv/certificate folder that's all it needs to burn a be. Imgburn should do the rest Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  27. andy53225

    Change content type

    I created an ISO image file with MKV files, then ran it through tsMuxerGUI perfectly, and then opened ImgBurn to to burn the ISO to a BD disc. I cannot figure out how to change the content from "DATA" to "BD Video" on ImgBurn to burn a standard BD. I can only burn a DATA BD. Help!!
  28. dbminter

    Mono as stereo

    Or searching for TP for his bunghole? Actually, in this day and age, when people are hoarding TP, it may not be too far off! It was only within the last week that, locally, stores had toilet paper in stock on the shelves. So, I bought 60 rolls!
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