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  1. Technically, the write speed is controlled by the 'Write Speed' box in Write mode and the verify speed is controlled by the 'Read Speed' box in Verify mode.

     

    So that means: Even if I use only the "build mode" (I am burning only files on a DVD) the speed settings

    of the "Write" and the "Verify" mode are taken. In other words: Prior to starting a "build" I have to select the

    "Write" and the "Verify" modes and to adjust the speed settings. Later I switch to the actual "Built" mode to perform the burning.

     

    Is this correct?


  2. I tried to burn a couple of files with a total size of 4.700.359.022 bytes on a DVD+R.

    According to the spec the maximum possible capacity for a DVD+R is at least 4,700,372,992 bytes.

     

    Furthermore I could burn the same files without any problems on the same burner, the same DVD+R

    and the same WinXP with another burning software (Nero and CDburnerXP) WITHOUT problems.

     

    However I am getting warnings and error when I try to burn these files with

    ImgBurn (see attached snapshots).

     

    So this must be a bug of ImgBurn.

     

    Could you fix this in the next release ?

     

    Thank you

    Peter

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  3. Assume I have a rewriteable DVD+RW with some files already on it.

     

    Now I want to delete the existing stuff and put some new files on it.

     

    To have enough space on the DVD the old files must be erased first.

     

    Other burning programs offer a smart "quick erase" option which deletes only the FAT index.

    It is quicker and take care of not to write too often onto a DVD media.

     

    ImgDurn however only offers (as far as I found out) a "full erase" which means

    physically erasing of the whole DVD. This is not wanted.

     

    Is there somewhere a "quick erase" option which let me perform a shorter erase?

     

    If possible this quick erase should be done automatically when writing new files on a media.

     

    Peter


  4. When I open in Settings dialog the tab "File locations" then I have to specify for

     

    - Graph Data

    - Log

    - Project

    - Queue

     

    files individual folders. This is rather unconvenient.

     

    Is there really no way to tell IB a base directory (e.g. the installation directory of IB) and

    all "special folders" are automatically sub-folders of this base directory?

     

    Could this be included in the next release?

     

    Peter


  5. I am often drag files to burn onto ImgBurn with long filenames.

    To see the full name I would appreciate if ImgBurn would display them completely.

     

    Unfortunately ImgBurn does currently not allow resize of the window.

     

    Could this resizing be introduced in the next release and let IB remember its

    size and position (in Registry or *.ini) file in the next release?

     

    Thank you

    Peter


  6. I wanted to burn a couple of files onto my current CD/DVD.

     

    However I miss something like a browser window where can I drag & drop these files.

     

    When I open in "Write" section the link "Browse for a file...."

    Then the dialog shows as default type "All supported Files".

     

    OK, I changed this to *.* und selected some *.txt files.

     

    But then I got an error popup "Invalid or Unsupported image file format".

    Hmm, what's that?

     

    Is it not possible to burn simple *.txt files?

     

    How can I otherwise select them?

     

    Peter


  7. When I start ImgBurn the first dialog is shown as

     

    "What would you like to do"

     

    How can I AUTOMATICALLY skip this dialog and chosse by default

    "Write files/folders to disc" ?

     

    Second question: how can I revert back from the window visible for ""Write files/folders to disc" "

    to the initial selection dialog mentioned above?

     

    Peter

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