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Old 14 Sep 2011, 11:19 PM   #1
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I have just burnt my first DVD using DVD Flick and all went well and the burnt DVD plays on my DVD player. I want two more copies of this DVD. How do I burn copies without the long original process or do I just have to repeat the original process (eight hours) its a 1hr.45min film
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What you need to do is to make a disc to disc copy, which is fairly easy to do with the freeware ImgBurn tool, with no need for commercial tools like Nero, no knowledge required of what type of disc to create, and really works with any non copy protected disc, DVD or otherwise.

Download ImgBurn, install it, run it, and from the "Mode" menu, select the "Read" option.

Load your DVD Flick produced disc into your drive, under "Destination" select where you want to store the image file (make sure you have enough HDD space), and then simply press the big graphical icon down below to start the image creation process.

When that's done, you should have a .iso file on your hard-drive - this is a file representation of your disc, and you can then use this .iso file to make as many copies as you want. To do so, from the "Mode" menu, select "Write", under "Source: please select a file" at the top, load in your .iso file, pop in a blank disc, and then on the bottom of the right hand side, select the burn speed and the number of copies you want to make (ImgBurn will prompt you to insert a new disc when the first copy has been burnt). I would recommend using 4x or the lowest possible burn speed for your drive/media, whichever one is higher.

If you're using DVD+ media, and you want better compatibility (and your burner supports the change booktype function), then you should have a look at this guide as well:

Setting the booktype in ImgBurn - ImgBurn Support Forum

(Older DVD players may fail to read DVD+ discs if you don't set the booktype to DVD-ROM)

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Old 15 Sep 2011, 02:25 AM   #3
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Thank you for your prompt reply, I have downloaded ImgBurn and will attempt to follow your instructions, if it dosn't work I shall be back to you. I had a quick look at setting booktype, I will try to understand it !
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