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  1. Thanks.


    Yes, ImgBurn did say 'reading' and not saving. Then I got 'operation successful' and saving the audio files to my Desktop.


    Then I opened up ImgBurn, inserted a blank DVD in the CD/DVD tray, and clicked on Write Image after selecting a source file and then destination file. 


    It tried to burn the files to disk from my Desktop, but then I got that disk error which I put down to trying to use a blank DVD as an audio CD.


    Thanks gain for your message.

  2. Hello Lightening


    Thanks for your reply.


    I tried to follow your advice using a DVD and not a CD (I have run out of them), but it didn't like the DVD, so I will have to get hold of some blank CDs.


    Thanks again!

  3. Hello

    I am trying to copy files from a bought CD onto my Desktop PC and then burn those same files onto a blank CD (I only have one CD/DVD drive).

    I have copied (I think) or read the files from the bought CD into their own folder on my Desktop using ImgBurn. The files in this folder have a strange file name and I am not sure if, again using ImgBurn, they will actually burn onto a blank CD. The files in the folder look like this (attached).

    Am I doing this right, please?




  4. Hello


    I am seeing this error when trying to burn a movie to a blank DVD-RW disk.


    SK interpretation: medium error

    ASC/ASCQ interpretation L-EC Uncorrectable error


    Please see attached.


    What causes that, please?


    Thanks you.




  5. Hello


    I am getting the following error when trying to burn a movie clip to a new blank DVD-RW (please see attachment).


    I am hoping to resolve this rather than have to go out to buy blank DVDs again.


    The log looks like this (please see other attachment).


    What causes that error please - the burn speed was 8x.






  6. In my own PC, I am now getting this error:


    Device: [3:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GHDON 1.00 (D:) (ATA)
    ScsiStatus: 0x02
    Interpretation: Check Condition
    CDB: 28 00 00 0B 3D 40 00 01 00
    Interpretation: Read (10) - Sector: 736576
    Sense Area: 71 00 03 00 00 0A 00 00 00 00 11 05 00 00 00 00
    SK Interpretation: Medium Error
    ASC/ASCQ Interpretation: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
    ImgBurn is still working in the background, but I may as well cancel it.
    Thanks again
  7. Thanks, Lightening for your reply.


    I did the burn on another PC which is 4 miles away.


    I will try burning it on my own PC (the one I am on now) and see if I get an error and post back.


    Thanks again!

  8. Hello


    I am getting the following error while trying to burn a TS-VIDEO folder to a blank DVD:


    DEvice: [1:1:0] HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH41N MN01 (D:) (ATA)
    ScsiStatus: 0x02
    Interpretation: Check Condition
    CDB: 28 00 00 00 0E 50 00 00 01 00
    Interpretation: Read (10) - Sector: 3664
    Sense Area: F) 00 03 00 00 0E 50 0A 00 00 03 0F 11 00 00 00 00 00
    SK Interpretation: Medium Error
    ASC/ASCQ Interpretation: Unrecovered Read Error
    What is likely to be the problem, please?
  9. I haven't had problems before with editing videos in Elements and then burning them in Img Burn.


    The previous error was in Windows Media Player.


    I have saved/burnt the movie again in Elements, but get this error in ImgBurn:


    I/O Error!

    Interpretation: Check condition

    Interpretation: Read (10) Sector: 1946755

    ASC/ASCQ interpretation: L-EC: Uncorrectable error


    Thanks again.

  10. Many thanks to you both.


    I have only selected VIDEO_TS as the folder this time but get the same error as before: it does not load automatically and Windows 10 gives me the same error.


    This is what I can see on the burnt DVD inside VIDEO_TS:











    I usually test the DVD on my PC first but the final product will be for a TV DVD Player. I am using Adobe Premiere Elements 11 to put the movie together and it i in PAL Widescreen format.


    Is it worthwhile burning the project again from Elements 11?



  11. Hello


    I have a parent folder (let's call it 'folderA' that includes two files: OpenDVD and VIDEO_TS.


    In ImgBurn, I go to File | Browse for a source folder and I select 'folderA'. The burn seems to go through OK, but when it is complete, shouldn't the movie on the DVD start up automatically? Instead, I get the following: Error: unsupported video type or invalid file path.


    I am using Win 10.


    What am I doing wrong, please?



  12. ClickMe is a legal note in several languages. In my case, it says:



    This DVD was created using Adobe Premiere Elements, portions of which utilize AuthorScript® under license from Sonic Solutions.



    The files that describe the contents of this disc ("descriptive files"), which are recorded on this disc in the OpenDVD directory, contain proprietary and/or copyrighted material of Sonic Solutions. Please note that these files are protected by technological measures designed to prevent unauthorized access to them and are subject to the terms of the ~application~  Software License Agreement, including, without limitation, the restriction against modification in Section 4.2.


    When I open that VOB file, it points to VTS_01_1_VOB.ses (I wouldn't know what a SES file is: never heard of it).


    I assume that the audio part of a DVD movie - added soundtracks, the audio itself, added narration/commentary - are actually included in the VIDEO-TS folder?

  13. Thanks dbminter


    Two folders, OpenDVD and VIDEO_TS, are the only folders that I can see in the original DVD folder before the burning process. There is no AUDIO_TS folder - I assume that is created during the burning process?


    When I open that OpenDVD folder, just to see what's inside, I can see a Untitled.dvd Disc Image file, a PVM file called opendvd.pvm, an HTML file called ClickMe.htm. Alongside these, is a folder called Sources and in that folder there is another called VTS_01_1_VOB.


    Thanks for your reply.

  14. Hello Lightening


    Thanks for your reply.


    I realise that now! No, I wanted a DVD that would play on a TV DVD player and so I have now saved it as a DVD and burnt it onto a disk via ImgBurn.


    This is what my disk now looks like inside (attached).


    Does that look about right to you?


    Many thanks again.








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