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  1. Yes, that is correct. In fact ImgBurn has been known as a peaceful program for many years now. It's very well respected at the United Nations and has participated in the major peace conferences that have been held , always with valid and much anticipated interventions. If I recall correctly it has also been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize. Alas it has not yet won this prestigious award although coming close. But it's just a matter of time until the recognition it so highly deserves is forthcoming as well as the Million Dollars in prize money which will help it to spread the word of peace to the furthest points of our planet.
  2. @LUK First off, I have no problem with the changes that are made. The burned DVD's pass my tests by working Nonetheless, just because I'm interested in all the aspects of DVD-Video, what is changed in the .IFO and .BUP files? Are the changes always made? Cheers Guzeppi
  3. I don't think Verbs discriminate. They should give them equal treatment just as if they were straight.
  4. Just kidding. But of course, they're going to certify their own discs and the guys who make them for them LOL!! Which goes to show...
  5. This is just for INFO purposes. You asked who is the real manufacturer. It's CMC Magnetics corporation (media ID is usually CMC XXX-XXX-XX) not usually considered very highly CMC is certified by Philips. Here is a link to the CMC/Philips discs: http://www.cmcdisc.com/DR8S8B25F-17.htm And here is a link to their older DVD+R specs: http://www.cmcdisc.com/dvdplus.htm#specification Strangely I can't find any info on their newer, DL specs
  6. Just being pedantic really. Does the container actually say "Burn" or "Write" at 1X - 16X? Because, if not they're not actually lying. It can be "read" at 1x after it's burned.
  7. New cases keep springing up every day now about this Soon this thread will start slipping down the thread list and as has been shown most newbies don't/can't search efficiently. Recommend stickying this thread, at least temporarily. Just my 1.6 cents worth (adjusting for economic downturn).
  8. If LUK! is 13 then I'm a pink tutu wearing dancing ballerina princess LOL!! Can't believe this thread has been resurrected. But Kudos to Rick and Neil for making lurking on this forum so entertaining. Keep it up guys, I have no life (except of course for the pink tutu wearing etc., etc.,) so I need this stuff.
  9. Bullheadedness? On an Internet Forum? Heaven forbid! @ MMALVES... I love that "Flogging a dead horse" pic. I'm nicking it ;)
  10. Not if you paid some scam artist instead of the author through a donation. ImgBurn is free.... You do not have to pay unless you want to give a donation. If you had to pay to get it.. YOU WERE SCAMMED, and the author got nothing. So both of you were cheated.
  11. 1. PS3 games are usually Blu-Ray Discs not DVD. Is the game you put in the drive a BD or a DVD? 2. ImgBurn cannot crack copy-protected games anyway. Edit: Sorry Shamus... you were too quick.
  12. Hmmm... checking out the software OJOSOFT TVC it seems that it does NOT produce DVD-VIDEO files in the required file structure but it just recodes them to VOB if that is what you request. In other words, it's a video convertor program not a DVD authoring program. When you say that IMGBURN produced the VIDEO_TS folder, did you check if it also has the .IFO files inside the VIDEO_TS folder which stand-alone DVD players REQUIRE to play DVD-VIDEO?
  13. Good for you! But there must be quite an ever growing queue... get back in line LOL!! FFS, how many more fish are going to be reeled in by these w*nkers?
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