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  1. Agreed. A NEXT button that would cycle through all labels of ISOs in the queue would be awesome.
  2. I had a queue of 6 discs yesterday but had to skip 2 in the middle because I had to be elsewhere and only needed to take 1-3+6 with me. So when 4+5 were to be burned, I pressed SKIP and burned #6 instead. When finished however the queue showed all 6 ISOs as burnt instead of marking the 2 skipped as such.
  3. A buddy of mine is about to exchange harddisks in his media center (2 TB and counting) and also wants to switch to ISO instead of subdirs with VIDEO_TS in the process. He asked me for an easy way to do this and of course I suggested ImgBurn. However, since he backups as DVD-9 he would have to add the layer break manually each time the next image is processed which kinda blows the whole scripting idea. So how about a new setting /LAYERBREAK AUTO which would select the first excellent or very good position it finds and if neither are found skip adding one. This way one could convert tons of DVD video subdirs into ISOs completely unattended. Thanks.
  4. Since I don't play hacked games from mounted ISOs I'm perfectly happy with the Alcohol 52% Free Edition which can even mount ISOs via command-line/scripting. There's really no need for ImgBurn to become bloatware.
  5. Thanks for clearing up the splash screen issue, what about /LAYERBREAK AUTO then? I AM running it from an USB stick but for testing purposes I tried the parameters on my home PC first. Using imgburn /settings "C:\test.ini" without the 'save' did the trick. Thx!
  6. As usual I'm also a bit confused by this! I start ImgBurn manually and adjust all settings to my liking which are saved to the registry when I close the program. Now when I start it with /portable nothing special happens. I either gotta manually place the file imgburn.ini in the dir or use /portable with /savesettings "chetwood.ini". In both cases however ImgBurn does NOT use the settings I adjusted in the GUI before but it's default settings. Please correct me if I'm missing something but the only way to get a separate ini file with my preferred settings is to start ImgBurn /portable /savesettings "chetwood.ini" and then manually adjust the settings in this ini file?! Speaking of batches, two other suggestions come to mind: how about a switch to disable the splash screen (in batch mode only) /LAYERBREAK AUTO would select the first excellent or very good position it finds and skip adding one if there are none
  7. Right, I just don't know if the one posting in this thread is the one listed on the translations file page. I thought you might know for sure...
  8. Just upgraded from 1.1 to 2.4 and realized LUK! had changed his mind from this and we've got translations. Way to go! However, the german translation has quite a bunch of (hilarious) errors so where do I post corrections? In this thread, PM the author, upload a new language file?
  9. I second that. CLI is fine and often preferrable but in this case I'd like to be able to do it via GUI too. Thx.
  10. IOW, as long as I don't use other software that might reset the format status improperly on the same media, I'll be fine. It's a shame though cause I use the +RW for testing purposes with different formats (DVD Video and avis/mp3s next time or vice versa) and so I do have to use Deepburner which prolly was the culprit. Of course I wouldn't expect otherwise from Nero bloatware.
  11. I guess you just can't know what kind of funny stuff ppl are doing with your software that you just didn't expect them to
  12. I just think it's strange that Nero does not see that disc as being unformatted. When ImgBurn says I gotta format the disc I can burn data on it in Nero after a quick erase and no format. Curiously enough the first time ever I burned this media was in ImgBurn so I did a long format initially. In the meantime I used the RW for saving avis on it and now I returned to ImgBurn for a video DVD ISO. Maybe these steps in between somehow throw it off. In any case: both DeepBurner and Nero do not need to format it, they just do a quick erase.
  13. Unfortunately not. I'm using Verbatim (MKM-A02-00) DVD+RW 4x on my LG4163B (A106) and with ImgBurn 1.3 I have to format a full disc (instead of just quick-erase it) even though I formatted it the first time a while ago. Formatted: No (Started) is what I get even after I successfully burned an image with Nero bloatware.
  14. I agree. Nope, I just planned to ask you about this already in the 1.1 days but I forgot and now I was too lazy to fabricate a new screenshot One thing I just noticed though: I've used ImgBurn 1.3 to change the UDF volume label of an ISO to MFS 4.8: 22 & Specials which when selected in the ImgBurn Queue window does appear under Information as MFS 4.8: 22 _Specials i.e. the ampersand has been replaced by an underscore. Selecting the very same ISO from Tools | Change Volume Label shows the correct label with ampersand. Any idea how come?
  15. On some systems and configurations the path to the ISOs to be burned can become quite long so it would be nice to have those filenames listed completely (maybe skipping the extension) rather than the path. Of course you can click on a file in the queue window to get the full name under "Information", still this might be too long as well, so shortening it would be useful. Please have a look at my modified queue window below. I've also added an Eject Tray checkbox which would allow to change this behaviour on a per disc basis. Would be useful if I was to go down to lunch and keep the current disc in drive so my little sister wouldn't get a chance to lean on my open tray or use the disc as a frisbee. This checkbox setting would only be in use during the current queue (ejecting after a verify or write, if verify isn't selected) and on a new queue revert to the setting defined under options. Just an idea.
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