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Old 30 Apr 2007, 12:20 PM   #1
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Default Shrink and ImgBurn

I searched and reviewed pertinent threads, and there appears to be three ways to use ImgBurn to burn ISO's created by DVD Shrink. The first is a two-step process: create the ISO in Shrink and then burn it to a DVD with ImgBurn. The second is to rename ImgBurn as the DVD Decryptor executable. The third is to use a modified version of Shrink that has an option to use ImgBurn. I prefer the third option, but I'm a little nervous as to the modified Shrink.

What is the conventional wisdom as to the best way to use ImgBurn with Shrink. I'd prefer not to use the two-step option, as I have to hang around the computer.

BTW, I did a forum search on this topic but couldn't find anything current or authoritative.

Thanks for the help.
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Old 1 May 2007, 11:01 AM   #2
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IMO, DVDFab Decrypter > shrink to DVD-5 > IMGBurn build iso >burn.....
but personally I'd use DVDRB instead of shrink.....
If you want 1 click prog.....try DVDfab platinum....JM2cents......
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