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Disc copy - why not?

Do you need Disc Copy?  

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  1. 1. Do you need Disc Copy function in ImgBurn?

    • Yes
      16
    • No
      9


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It's exactly what I posted above in post 18.

 

Right click on your desktop and select 'New' -> 'Text Document'.

 

Edit the name so it says something like 'Copy Disc.bat' - Note that if you don't have Explorer set to show file extensions, this won't work as you won't be able to change the file extension from .txt to .bat.

 

Right click your new 'Copy Disc.bat' file and select 'Edit'. It'll open up in Notepad.

 

Copy + paste the 2 lines I provided in post #18.

 

Close Notepad and make sure you save the file when prompted.

 

That's it.

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Readly must I post a bat that im working on?

 

Oh how to i use that as a bat file you have no @echo off

 

So ImgBurn would then support commandlines such as cmd?

Edited by Adrianvdh

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No.

 

All that's required here is a batch file with those 2 lines in it. If you're doing something beyond that which requires you to 'master' the batch programming language, so be it.

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Sorry, I forgot to say that it needs to be copied to where ImgBurn.exe lives.

 

Or change it slightly so it says

 

"%ProgramFiles(x86)%\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" at the start of those lines instead of just ImgBurn.exe.

 

Don't forget the quotes around that path name though :)

 

oh and if you're using a 32 bit OS and not a 64 bit one, you might just need...

 

"%ProgramFiles%\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe"

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Sweet, worked, How do I leave the speed auto rather than 8x, I burn blu-rays at auto.

Edited by dellsam34

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There is no 'auto', AWS just means the AWS feature is active. If you haven't configured it, it burns at MAX speed.

 

If you *have* configured it, just change /SPEED 8x to /SPEED AWS

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If doing it like that makes it easier for you to read later on, fair enough.

 

Personally, I don't think it really needs to be dumbed down any more. You can see the speed in the command line parameters easily enough and having a variable at the top of the file that you can change doesn't really help.

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No, because ImgBurn doesn't read them. It reads the command line parameters.

 

All you could do is something like this (*untested*)...

 

set write_speed=8x

 

ImgBurn /SPEED %write_speed%

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Oh ok is ther a full tut on ImgBurn with batch files show all the parimetres on ImgBurn batch files?

 

Setting a varible and the showing that varible is a waste of time... Sorry for asking that ;)

Edited by Adrianvdh

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Ok Thanks

 

But where in the txt file I cant find it on batch files

Edited by Adrianvdh

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