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Old 1 Nov 2006, 05:13 AM   #1
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One more question? After the burn from Shrink my iso files were saved in C:Rambo III. Then Img Burn loads these files from there to burn a copy disc. Does Img create burn files during the burn. I couldn't find them. If so where do I find these files to delete them.
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There are no files to delete. Only the ISO file if you did not instruct ImgBurn to delete it after the burning was done.
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Where is the iso file. Is that the file from Shrink? Thanks in advance. snagel
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Old 1 Nov 2006, 06:22 AM   #5
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thanks cynthia, I am too used to other programs using a separate destination to save the burn files. I appreciate you, thanks cynthia.
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ImgBurn creates a burn log if you have that option checked in Tools / settings / events. It will save it in Program Files / ImgBurn / Log. It is always handy to do this just in case there are problems.
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There is also a version of DVD Shrink that allows you to burn directly to ImgBurn.

http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=63869
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Did you not just use 'Build' mode and set the output to 'Device' (i.e. direct to DVD) ?

If that's what you did, there wouldn't be any files from ImgBurn. It doesn't make any intermediate ones so all you'd have is your original video_ts folder + its contents.

Your original post is a little confusing as you talk about iso files whereas normally you'd just get 1 ISO file. You could get multiple IFO files (+VOB's and BUP's) if you were outputting to a VIDEO_TS folder.
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Old 1 Nov 2006, 08:57 AM   #9
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I had it go to the D: drive for burning. I guess I just thought that the burn would have files that needed to be deleted afterwards.
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Lightning, I was only aware of the Shrink files, I have deleted those. Another question is concerning another post about FAT32 files. Is there a problem if they are put on a FAT32 system. or would it be better for them to be put on NSTF on my C: drive.

Cynthia, I did use the version of DVD Shrink directly to Img burn. where the first burn failed for what ever reason. I then reopened IMGburn and tried using the files in the shrink folder.
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Soup I saved the imgburn log. I expected to see video files saved after the burn to some destination.
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Nero & ImgBurn only create burning logs. What actually happened with the burn, that's all.
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Thanks soup, I haven't burned but only two discs since July so I am forgetting that even Nero didn't save the files but only the logs.
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