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  • #31
    Originally posted by troy512 View Post
    i have reviewed and replied to your thread. i will also consider adding information about layer break.
    Have given any more thought to Layer Break? If it is as good your ImgBurn, that would be great.

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    • #32
      I just want to clarify these instructions. Do I insert a blank DVD in before I actually put the original movie in to burn?
      After I make the changes in DVDFab, I then open the IMGburn and make the changes and THEN put the original movie in to burn it in DVDFab?

      Forgive my ignorance but I have been a happy XXX, XXX, XXX user for years and all of the sudden I XXX started having all of these errors. Now I am trying to figure the DVDFab and Imgburn combo out and I am not comprehending it completely.

      Thanks for any help.
      Last edited by Blazkowicz; 02-21-2010, 03:48 PM. Reason: Competetive removed

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      • #33
        I was following your guild to use Imgburn however when I went to burn the Cotton Club to disc, it asked for a dual layer, how do I change the settings to accept a single layer disc?
        Thanks
        Mills

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        • #34
          Originally posted by moviemanmills View Post
          I was following your guild to use Imgburn however when I went to burn the Cotton Club to disc, it asked for a dual layer, how do I change the settings to accept a single layer disc?
          Thanks
          Mills
          Imgburn does not compress.
          If your file size is more than 4.3 or so GB you need to check your setting in FAB .
          The setting has to be DVD5.

          If you are using the free version of Fab DVD5 can not be used as the free Version of Fab does not compress either.

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