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  1. Maybe Werwer should do a translation of the German Language as well ?

    immer Volvo's bestens Deutsch :whistling:

    Werwer, hier ist die schreiben fur machen English zu Deutsch fur ImgBurn Hier, Du bis der bestens personen fur dies arbeit :thumbup:


    Nicht alle Englisch mann verstehen mein englisch sprachen , aber mein Deutsch is als nicht gut :rolleyes:

  2. Yes, once the DVD files have been built, you can run ImgBurn or any other DVD burning app to write the files to disc. The DVD files are found in the dvd subfolder of the project destination folder.


    i think this goes against what they are saying about dvdflick using ImgBurn.


    It strikes me that your better off using dvdflick to create the compliant files to the project destination folder ,then running a seperate install of IB ( from here)so at least your using the latest version ( which, for the benefit of the dvdflick author, has been updated and improved even if he thinks differantly

    the new ImgBurn if he feels it adds significant features or fixes.


    what version does it install/use ?

  3. Hey blutach...I misread your post and looked up fellatio instead of felicitations...its a bit hard to understand, but I think I've got it licked... :rasp:


    such a good play on words :thumbup: does that make you Cunninglinguist ?

  4. The above log was the wrong one sorry, i was trying something to see if it did the same thing and this file turned to large again but that proplem with dvd flick has come back again, any way it still gives the same error as before, :command sequence error. where would i start to solve this problem???


    II 23:13:45 Size: 4,657,258,496 bytes

    I 23:13:45 Sectors: 2,274,052I 23:13:45 Image Size: 4,657,840,128 bytes

    I 23:13:45 Image Sectors: 2,274,336

    W 23:13:59 User accepted disc space warning and is attempting to overburn!

    E 23:14:11 Failed to Reserve Track! - Reason: Command Sequence Error

    E 23:14:13 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:13

    I 23:14:13 Average Write Rate: N/A - Maximum Write Rate: N/A


    DVDflick is making your files slightly to large,thats why it gave you a warning about disc space in ImgBurn.

    if there is a setting in dvdflick for the output file size choose the user specified size as opposed to the DVD5 or DVD9 optionand make it 4.2Gb , see if that works. I dont use dvdflick so have never seen the sttings options, but most of this type of program give you 3 basic options, dvd5. dvd9 or user specified.


    the oversize problem is still with the program that makes the files and not Imgburn


    it "MAY" be that the command sequence error is caused by the large file, but do follow Blutachs advice above and get a better quality media anyway

  5. theres an option to turn off "funny quotes" but not to turn off tooltips afaik


    after a quick search of the forum, it looks like it may be ZoneAlarm or AVG free causing the issue of not seeing any tooltips.

    have aread of this thread HERE see if disabling zonealarm or AVG ( if you have them installed) cures the non show of tooltips

  6. see PM message i replied to


    the box you refer to is just a list of recent folders that you have visited, a handy way to go back to folders if you decide to abort that build session and restart your project.

    unless they show in the larger window below that one, they wont be on your disc, dont forget there is a calculator on the right hand side to check your projects size before burning

    see the following guide by Cornholio for more info BUILD MODE GUIDE click here

  7. there are some tooltips, but we rely on the guides section and this forum for your help.


    we also suggest you keep ImgBurn on Default settings as well, unless you know exactly what everything does.

    ImgBurn was designed to be used "out of the box" for most users, so there is little need to know ALL of its functions/settings . Anything you want to know, just post a thread :thumbup:

  8. ImgBurn only burns what its given,it doesnt alter anything, so the problem lies within dvdflick's settings somewhere im afraid


    just checked out the dvdflick forum, where they recomend to install a program called "Any Video Coverter" to cure any audio sync problems i read it HERE

  9. I 10:55:49 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: CMC MAG-D03-64)

    W 10:55:53 Failed to Write Sectors 0 - 15 - Cannot Write Medium - Incompatible Format




    W 10:55:54 Retry Failed - Cannot Write Medium - Incompatible Format



    . i know that verbataim is recomanded ,but i don't have it.

    what should i do?

    your discs are very poor/low quality with CMC based dye/ink ( CMC is known to be about as low as it gets for quality)

    your drive does not even recognize them hence the "Cannot Write Medium - Incompatible Format" message.


    go and get Verbatims,2.4x made in singapore with the ID of MKM-001 , then your problem should be cured

  10. Hey! I just downloaded ImgBurn today and set it up to burn an image from a file on my hard drive, but when I put the disc in to burn the image to, it said "Disc not empty" at the bottom and the following was written in the box on the right:



    Current Profile: DVD-R


    Disc Information:

    Status: IncompleteErasable: No

    Sessions: 1

    Free Sectors: 2,298,496

    Free Space: 4,707,319,808 bytes

    Free Time: 510:48:46 (MM:SS:FF)

    Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x


    Pre-recorded Information:

    Manufacturer ID: DAXON016S


    Physical Format Information (Last Recorded):

    Disc ID: 0@P-!-00Book Type: DVD-R

    Part Version: 5

    Disc Size: 120mm

    Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified

    Number of Layers: 1

    Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP)

    Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit

    Track Density: 0.74 um/track

    First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196,608

    Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 196,608

    Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0


    Trouble is, this was a brand new disc, factory sealed, so I don't know what the problem is. Any ideas?? :ermm:


    IF it was a brand new disc and still shrink wrapped, your burner doesnt like them. Have you attempted to write to this disc already though

    Look at the bits in red above, the manufaturer ID is usually what shows when the disc is a poor quality one, or the drive just cant read it properly.

    try updating the firmware as this may overcome the problem , also try some Taiyo yuden or verbatim discs as well

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