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Old 18 Mar 2007, 05:29 AM   #1
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I've noticed that some video tool programs include ImgBurn as part of the package. If ImgBurn is already installed, what happens when these video tools are used. Which ImgBurn program is used and is there any potential conflicts?
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Old 18 Mar 2007, 05:32 AM   #2
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Well I have ImgBurn installed & I tested out DvdFlick the other night which uses ImgBurn & never had any problem. That's the only one I can talk about because I used it.
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I've noticed that some video tool programs include ImgBurn as part of the package
I have noticed 1 or 2 that call up imgburn to burn a dvd, but never included imgburn as part of the program itself
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The program I'm looking at calls on ImgBurn to burn. So I guess there's no problem. Thanks.
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Indeed, no 'package' should include ImgBurn. I've never given my permission for that.

If you were running multiple (different version) copies, yes, there could be some conflicts.
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I too have DVD Flick. ImgBurn is included in the package.
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I too have DVD Flick. ImgBurn is included in the package.
Well I had to check, downloaded dvd flick from soundforge, and imgburn is included

the old sept 11 version


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I just took a look & yes version 2.1.0.0 is with it.
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