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Build ISO for DVD+DL - Calculator Incomplete

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ImgBurn has been an amazing tool that's worked reliably for me for a long time.  So many options!

However, I think I broke something now, because as you can see below, the "Calculator" function in the build mode needed for determining the layer break is stopping incomplete. 

In the below project, it seems to cancel at 73%, in another similar project it halts at 98%.   Re-start ImgBurn, re-boot computer, etc., doesn't help! 

This was working on this same project last night.  What causes this to happen?  How can I repair it?

ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 on latest Windows 10 Pro.

 

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Strike the above, just realized that the 73% relates to "Media Usage %", not computation completeness!

Still not clear, however, how to review and change the layer break while in build ISO file mode when the Compute operation does not prompt me!

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What I do is start the Build operation, which prompts me to set the layer break information.  I usually use that window as I've never manually edited the layer break info before.

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Yeah, but I'm not getting that window for some reason.  Maybe because it is a data disc?

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Oh, it's not a DVD Video disc?  OIC now.  According to that screen shot, you are making a "data disc."  There's no VIDEO_TS folder, so it's not a DVD Video Disc.  Layer breaks only apply to DVD Video discs.  So, yes, you won't see that layer break info for a "data disc."

 

Technically, everything other than an Audio CD is a "data disc."  DVD Video discs are just treated as discs with data, although they have specialized data for specific hardware players to play back.

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