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    #61
    Originally posted by signals View Post
    This professional and reliable software is integrated with DVDFab and can be chosen as the default burning engine in Common Settings, but does not automatically install as part of DVDFab. If you'd like to try it, you will need to download, install and configure it manually. It is highly recommended by many DVDFab users and is available here. It is available free, but if you install and like using it, please consider a (large!) donation on the ImgBurn website to support its continued development.
    Is Imgburn superior to the built in burner that comes with Fab?

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      #62
      Most of the long time users prefer ImgBurm as it allows you to do more !

      DL and give it a try, see what you think !!


      Regards,
      AX
      AX







      The default Log File location: C:\Documents and Settings\"User Acct"\My Documents\DVDFab\Log

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        #63
        Originally posted by AlienX69 View Post
        Most of the long time users prefer ImgBurm as it allows you to do more !
        AlienX69 is right on the money. May I add my own 2 euros worth. Imgburn is great with DL media. Great results. Never a coaster yet!

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          #64
          What about a blu-ray to burn?

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            #65
            Originally posted by hanibal View Post
            What about a blu-ray to burn?
            Link to Imgburn web site. Give it a read.

            http://www.imgburn.com/

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              #66
              I did my first DL BD-R and it burned at max disc speed and came out great. SO imgburn is the way to go.
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                #67
                Thank you for the information. I had made a few too many coasters trying to figure out what the problem was with DVDFAB 7. The problem, as you pointed out, was not DVDFAB 7 it was the burning engine. Wow!! What a diffrence, faster and works like it should with my Blu Ray burning. Gotta make a nice donation for ImgBurn.
                I recommend this burning engine with DVDFAB7 100%.

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                  #68
                  Sorry newbie here, I still don't get it, after I do the setup dvdfab to work with imdburn do then close imgburn & dvdfab will open it automaticlly??? Do I not have open imgburn again ??? Please Please I need a sequence for the whole thing. How to use dvdfab with imgburn. A link or tutorial

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                    #69
                    Originally posted by lanscoman View Post
                    Sorry newbie here, I still don't get it, after I do the setup dvdfab to work with imdburn do then close imgburn & dvdfab will open it automaticlly??? Do I not have open imgburn again ??? Please Please I need a sequence for the whole thing. How to use dvdfab with imgburn. A link or tutorial
                    not too smart posting in a thread that you not read as Post#2 of this thread has tutorial so go to that post and watch the youtube video as well

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                      #70
                      Agreed, asking for something that has already been explained in the very thread that you are posting just shows you are careless or just lazy. I mean you see the thread title, it should be a pretty good giveaway huh?
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                        #71
                        Time to delete this rows in the guide as DVDFab takes care of it now.

                        # Click Tools Menu
                        # Select Settings...
                        # Click the Build Tab
                        # Click Page 2
                        # Select Don't Prompt Image Details
                        # Select Don't Prompt Volume Label and Auto Answer 'Yes'
                        # Click OK

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                          #72
                          Very nice thread on setting up Imgburn with Dvdfab really easy and works nice time for a donation to LUK
                          Thanks you for the easy set up instructions troy and the others that posted here.

                          Donation sent to LUK I had to what a nice program and I don't have to Vso's burn engine any longer.
                          Last edited by XX14; 08-25-2010, 05:21 AM.

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                            #73
                            DL-9 Layers

                            Very clear, Troy, and very helpful
                            .

                            Question: Is there a way to let ImgBurn choose its own layer break for a Double Layer burn on a "best available" basis?

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                              #74
                              Originally posted by sscfilms View Post
                              Question: Is there a way to let ImgBurn choose its own layer break for a Double Layer burn on a "best available" basis?

                              No. The program needs your input on what you think is the best one.

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                                #75
                                ImgBurn - What's Up With That?

                                Originally posted by troy512 View Post
                                Updated 02 September 2010

                                Here is a video tutorial. Updated 9-10-09. Be sure to view in HD and full screen, looks nice.
                                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqEitFQu04k


                                There is an easy way to set DVDFab and ImgBurn for your needs.
                                Very easy takes less than 2 minutes.
                                Once setup you will not have to click any additional buttons when using ImgBurn with DVDFab to burn single layer DVD5 media.



                                Download and install imgburn.
                                http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download



                                Set DVDFab to use ImgBurn burn engine and recommended speed
                                http://www.dvdfab.com/docs/index.php/Main/SettingsWrite
                                1. Click Common Settings in the upper right corner
                                2. Click the Write Tab under DVD / Blu-ray
                                3. Select ImgBurn Burn Engine
                                4. Select Recommended Write Speed [only for use with ImgBurn Auto Write Speed]
                                5. Select OK and restart DVDFab to apply the changed settings
                                Setting Up ImgBurn
                                http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4249
                                1. Insert your blank dvd media
                                2. Click Write Mode from the EZ-Mode Picker
                                3. Select AWS as your Write Speed
                                4. Click Change Automatic Write Speed
                                5. Select the desired Write Speed
                                6. Click Add
                                7. Set the AWS for each brand/mid of blank media you will use. You may also select different write speeds for multiple burning drives.
                                8. Click OK
                                Then just copy and burn as usual.
                                DVDFab will automatically open ImgBurn and automatically Close when the burn is finished.

                                Note: When burning a Dual Layer DVD, ImgBurn will present you with a Create Layer Break window. Select the best layer break according to the colored stars. You can even preview the layer break to ensure the transition will not interfere with your movie.

                                Please feel free to post any comments or questions.

                                troy512
                                THANKS.

                                Help me out here. I've done what you wrote in your message since the YouTube site you referred me to has been taken down.

                                I changed DVDFab's accompanying writer to be ImgBurn and reduced the writing speed to a lesser one than I had before.

                                For example, After I backup a disc that doesn't need to be compressed since it is less than 25 GB, my Writer will no accept any blank BD that I place in its tray. Whatever I put in, gets rejected by DVDFAb 8050.

                                As a rule I try to save whatever has been copied in a DVDFab Test folder, but I have not been getting anything lately. Don't know where the copied file goes. As a matter of fact, even after I do a general search for it, I can't find it.

                                What's up this combo?

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