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Old 3 Oct 2006, 05:51 AM   #1
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Default Img build mode

What function does Img perform in the "build" mode?
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Old 3 Oct 2006, 06:36 AM   #2
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It converts your VIDEO_TS folder into an ISO so that Imgburn can burn.
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It does more than that. You don't even need the ISO building step. It enables you to burn from the VIDEO_TS folder.

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I just wanted to give a simple answer ...as it is, it seems to burn on the fly whilst converting. I love this program.
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Blutarch, I'm kinda new at this, so when would you use "write" and when "build"?
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You use build mode when you have VIDEO_TS folder and want to burn.

If you already have an ISO (eg from DVD Shrink making one), use write mode.

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Blutarch, I have decrypt set for File, not Iso, will Shrink create an Iso? I would like to leave the Img setting the same. which is better to have Iso or video-TS? Sorry if these are dumb questions, trying to learn.
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Either file output from DVD Shrink will be fine, there won't be a difference in the final burnt disc. DVD Shrink can create either an ISO or a VIDEO_TS folder. The choice is yours.
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Thanks for the reply, I could not see where in Shrink to make the distinction for Iso or Video. Is one better than the other as far as quality?
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Both the same quality. An ISO is like a container for your DVD files. Kinda like winzip is to normal files.

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