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  1. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?s=&...ost&p=93611 Regards
  2. Sorry, we do not recommend any other DL disc than Verbatim, +R, 2.4x, MKM-001-00, Made in Singapore. This is so important, we made it a pinned topic in the support forum. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 Regards
  3. I find it incredible that you admit to doing something illegal. You know if anyone were nasty enough (and they are), they could summons us for your IP and you're a goner. You'll spend many times what you save in legal fees. So, in your own words, Idiot.
  4. Change to Verbatim, +R, 2.4x, MKM-001-00, Made in Singapore http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 And update your firmware to SB02 - http://www.firmwarehq.com/download_617-fil...N_SB02.exe.html Regards
  5. This has nothing to do with ImgBurn and it's clearly been downloaded, so why are you asking us for help? Regards
  6. Do take note of the maximum that LUK specified. It is 4.37Gb, or around 4,700,000,000 bytes on a DVD5. This is because a Gb is 1024 x 1024 x 1024 bytes. Regards
  7. Click on Complete Guide to ImgBurn in my signature. For all the settings - click on ImgBurn Settings Explained. Regards
  8. You need to read the pinned topic. Crap media = trouble. Spend a few extra cents on Verbatim, +R, 2.4x, MKM-001-00, Made in Singapore. Regards
  9. I have found that Windows sometimes responds very slowly, if it tries to look at networked drives, too in the Open dialogue (I'm talking about wireless home networks, which can be a bit sus sometimes). Regards
  10. ImgBurn does not span discs. You need to use build mode to insert the files and folders for each disc, which is a discrete burn. Regards
  11. Yeah - a disconnected network drive would be my guess. There's a setting that checks across network drives - Might be General - Display Warnings - Maxmimum File Size Regards
  12. Hi changeit and welcome to ImgBurn Forum. It does seem you want your AVIs to play on any DVD player, so if ithis is really the case, you'll need to convert them. There's lots of freeware and payware encoders. I wouldn't say ConvertXtoDVD is "just the best". You should experiment with some stuff. AVIDemux, DVD Flick (I know you said that you thought it was complicated), SUPER and payware products. This stuff ranges in price from freeware - some of which is very very good - to real high cost encoders (kinda like professional stuff), so pick something that you feel you can work with and suits your budget. However, if your current player is sufficient for your needs (as you say), then do as LUK says and just keep burning the AVIs onto DVDs and play them thru that. However, you won't be able to play them on any player. But, in any event, I'm sure you'll be fine with ImgBurn as your burning solution. Regards
  13. And Jasper22 wins today's round of Who Wants To Be an Idiot on the ImgBurn Forum? Your prize Jasper, is one way ticket back to where you came from. Regards
  14. Yeah - ripoffs. They are illegal downloads. If you rip them from a DVD you bought yourself, that's a different matter. I think that's funny - you don't think it's bootlegging if you download an AVI. Anyway, when you have an ImgBurn problem post here. Otherwise, you'll need to solve your own issues. Anyway, why isn't this thread in chat? It obviously has nothing to do with ImgBurn Support. Regards
  15. The AVI, being a bootleg is probably fucked to begin with. You gets what you pays for mate. Regards
  16. Even you. You silly fellow. Regards
  17. blutach


    And please note that program is still in beta form (although relatively advanced beta). I'd strongly advise you to check your output thoroughly. Regards
  18. Despite its unpopularity, I have DT Lite 4.30.3 installed and operate without difficulty. Regards
  19. No. Just take the very good advice you've been given. Sell your shitty Memorex discs to your friend Regards
  20. It doesn't wanna work cos the media is marginal at best. I've never had a bad burn - not one - with Verbatim, +R, 2.4x, MKM-001-00, Made in Singapore. Regards
  21. You say you keep getting this error. It's definintely the media. Buy Verbs or Taiyo Yudens. Regards
  22. Yes, stick to SPTI (if you have admin rights). Regards
  23. The firmware update won't help a bit. And that movie is just released. If it's not already out, I'm sure it will be soon. Regards
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