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Posts posted by Ch3vr0n

  1. 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.

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  2. 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

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  3. This topic is a pain to read but a bdmv structure on a DVD is a valid format called bd5 or bd9 (depending if it's burned on a DVD 5 (single layer) or dvd9 (double layer).), but despite being burned on a DVD disc it's still Blu-ray content which makes it a Blu-ray. The problem here with 'unsupported disc' is that the player likely doesn't support bd5/9. Avchd is a lot more restricted format than a bd5/9

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  4. well the elby driver "locks" the drive entirely. No amount of pressing the eject button will kick the disc out, (havent actually tried the content menu, but i doubt it will do it).

    As to the raid thing, perhaps something in the bios, DELL bios's are hardly ever optimized as they should (eg, instead of using AHCI, they're often set in IDE mode for hard drives)

    As to your handle, well i guess you own the postcount here, over on the redfox forums i do. Don't know about our shared VSO forums, and i hardly ever visit the MR ones :) .


    btw any chance of implementing HTTPS ;) kinda mandatory under the GDPR @LIGHTNING UK!

  5. Well considering the last release (before the buggy 5510) was in 2016. I can live with 1 tiny bug every 4 years :D


    But for me personally, these are the main 2 reasons for using ElbyCDIO over SPTI


    1. SPTI CANNOT lock drives for exclusive use (meaning if you accidentaly hit the eject button, which on occasion happens in my triple drive setup) the disc burning process would be interrupted and the disc ejected. With the elby driver, that can't happen. The drive gets locked for use until burning is completed and the drive released. You can manually hit eject all you want, it aint happening.

    2. SPTI requires admin rights and above on NT/2000/XP/Vista..

    21 hours ago, dbminter said:

    Info: HL-DT-ST BD-RE BU40N A102-01 (K:) (RAID)

    That's another reason, this won't happen with elby driver. You can't (RAID) an optical drive :p


    btw you the same dbminter over at the redfox forums?

  6. The second you click on burn, just before it actually starts burning data. Imgburn 'locks' the drive so it can't be accidentally ejected during the burning. (Which afaik is possible with Microsoft's SPTI io)

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  7. Me too and it causes problems. Using "ElbyCDIO" under "File I/O" results in IMGBurn "failure to lock for exclusive access

    Reason: The sytem cannot find the file specified." Reverting to 5500 doesn't fix the issue. and i'm not changing file IO.

  8. Actually if I remember correctly, windows defender scored pretty high ok the last anti-virus products test that compared over 40 different ones. I believe it ended up in the top 5 or very least top 10.

    It's come a long way since its first release.

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