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Old 12 Aug 2007, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default A Simple Short Walk-thru

Setting up the new Imgburn:

I returned Imgburn to it's defaults

In this walkthru I am taking the output from Dvd Flick and using build mode to make a video dvd and burn directly to my dvd burner.

I open Imgburn and insert a blank in my drive

Using the Mode, I select Build.

For Output, I select Device.

Now since I am using Verbatim dvd+r 16x media and a problematic dvd burner,
an older LG model, I will make a few advanced settings changes to insure a more playable burn.

Under device tab in the right hand side, I select change automatic write speed on the bottom right.

Here I select 8x as the auto burn speed.

Next I go to the change booktype and tell Imgburn to set all dvd+r's to dvd-rom's.

Now using the Browse for a folder option I select the folder Dvd Flick created that contains my VIDEO_TS folder, in this case I named that folder AnExample, inside it is a folder called dvd, that's what I add to the source window.

Then I just click the burn button.

Now we are going to burn a dvd video from files that don't have a VIDEO_TS folder, we procede the same way and set build mode and ouput to device, but this time when we add the folder with all our
ifo, bup and vob's we get a warning asking us if it's supposed to represent a VIDEO_TS folder,
let's cancel out and go into settings and select tools/settings/build and put a check in don't prompt
VIDEO_TS content and answer yes. Now we can add that folder and Imgburn will automaticaly make a video dvd. Click burn.

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Old 12 Aug 2007, 08:39 AM   #2
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How bout some nice pics and we can move it to FAQ and guides

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