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This is all up to LUK. I don't want to just say that DMG is a proprietary format and typically won't be supported, though Nero NRG files are supported but then again I guess that Nero is a special case. There are also a tonne(?) of other disc images that are proprietary and I don't think imgburn can or should try to support them all. Example: compressed ISOs, etc.


I don't think DMG support will ever make it to imgburn though because that file itself isn't even supported by Windows, it is entirely a OSX platform file...


I guess if you run into these files your best bet is to try to use dmg2img (see google). Still the problem with these files is since they are OSX specific, it probably would be useless to burn them under Windows anyways...


Still, LUK has the final word on this.

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