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Vytautas
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Hi,

 

I'm trying to setup a backup script using ImgBurn and i ran in to a couple of problems.

 

1) The documentation, e.g. the readme file seems to have a error in it. It says that /SRC can specify a folder like this /SRC "C:\DVD_FILES\VIDEO_TS\" <-- taken directly from the readme. However when i specify the folder in this manner it is not added to the burn list. It only appears to work without the postfixed \

 

2) Is there a way to specity more than one source folder on the command line without using an IBB file?

 

Any help greatly appreaciated.

 

Vytautas

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1. Although the documentation appears to be wrong, it is actually correct!

 

The path without the trailing backslash is passing the CLI parsing code ok because it looks like a file. The folder is blocked (well, ignored) because it's failing some other check.

 

I'll fix that.

 

2. No, sorry.

 

3. No, sorry. There is now (ready for next release), but only for gui purposes. If you set it in advance, even when you load ImgBurn with CLI parameters it'll still use that value.

I guess I could add an extra cli switch now though and I'm sure that would be the better way of doing it.

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What is correct now???

 

My imgburn version is 2.0.0.0, 948.736 bytes from 05.08.2006 20:21

 

If I use a batch file with:

imgburn /MODE ISOBUILD /BUILDMODE DEVICE /NOIMAGEDETAILS /SRC "D:\DVD\VIDEO_TS" /DEST N: /LOG test.log /START /CLOSE

everything works fine. With /SRC "D:\DVD\VIDEO_TS\" nothing happens at all!

(The batch file is started within the imgburn path, therefore no path info is necessary for imgburn and logfile)

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What is correct now???

 

My imgburn version is 2.0.0.0, 948.736 bytes from 05.08.2006 20:21

 

If I use a batch file with:

imgburn /MODE ISOBUILD /BUILDMODE DEVICE /NOIMAGEDETAILS /SRC "D:\DVD\VIDEO_TS" /DEST N: /LOG test.log /START /CLOSE

everything works fine. With /SRC "D:\DVD\VIDEO_TS\" nothing happens at all!

(The batch file is started within the imgburn path, therefore no path info is necessary for imgburn and logfile)

 

There's at least a bit newer version of ImgBurn 2.0.0.0 that can be downloaded from the Mirror 6 (Imgburn.com) site. The file size for that one should be 948,224 bytes. The first mirror (betanews) still has the older version you have.

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