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Hi, I've serched along the forum but with no results. My question is about the volume date option. This option works only when creating a disc or also when creating a iso file? Thanks a lot! :teehee:

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In the Build mode there is a tab to change it to whatever you want.

 

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In the Build mode there is a tab to change it to whatever you want.

 

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:)

Of course! But my question is another. My english is not too good but I try to explain better. I use Imgburn to create iso of DVD video to store on my hd. In the dates tab I've try to use a custom folder/file date and this works. If I try to select a custom volume creation date nothing changes. The iso file have the current creation modified date. So the volume dates options are useful when I burn a disc or selecting a custom creation/modified date changes some tag into the iso?

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The dates are within the file system INSIDE the ISO.

 

The date you see in 'properties' within Explorer is something totally different.

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The dates are within the file system INSIDE the ISO.

 

The date you see in 'properties' within Explorer is something totally different.

Thanks LIGHTNING UK! A last question: when I burn a disc what kind of dates are writed into the disc, only creation date or also the others?

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There are dates all over the place in various descriptors but they pretty much all use the creation date.

 

Files/folders of course have their created and modified dates stored.

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There are dates all over the place in various descriptors but they pretty much all use the creation date.

 

Files/folders of course have their created and modified dates stored.

So, if I want that a disc o iso have a custom date is important fill the creation and file/folder form?! Thanks a lot LIGHTNING UK! And thank for this exceptional software! :thumbup:

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