Discussion in 'Application Software' started by Matrix Leader, Sep 10, 2010.
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Somehow the imgburn 2.5.0 version works best for me. Have installed and then uninstalled the last 2 updates to 2.51... and 2.5.2
Any specific reason why ?
Some sort of errors. Also perhaps in 2.5.1 it got pinned to taskbar. I think even 2.5 works great.
Skype also had that annyoing habit of getting to taskbar in one update a few months back.
The biggest annoyance has to be google updater. Disable it and it sometimes comes back again.
It's a good and free software.
2.5.1 to 2.5.2 is waiting for a long time.
ImgBurn is my software of choice for burning / ripping ISOs. There's only a few things it can't do (multi-session), otherwise I always turn to ImgBurn.
The only thing which I am missing really is not the multi-session as I never use that I prefer to close my discs for maximum compatibility. However, I wish it was able to make audio or data CDs
LightningUK is very good programmer. ImgBurn keeps improving with each release.
Its a shame that his DVDDecrypter app had to be discontinued.
Yeah you're right
Good and stable as usual.
Used DVDDecrypyter for a long time. Does it still work in win 7. dvd shrink does perfectly.
I use CDBurnerXP, I find it easy to use and it does support multisession disks etc. The latest versions support Windows 7 properly (originally some dvd drives weren't shown) and has a 32 bit and x64 version. Under the downloads section, if you click on 'more download options' just below the main download link, you can download the x64 version, plus the portable version which I prefer. Imgburn is great too though!
I boot among:
As I recall, DVDDecrypyter [and even Imgburn] was flaky on w7x64 even with attempts to configure, so I just use both with xp32 SP3 the few times have to recode a DVD. Also, after 2006, for obvious reasons, DVDDecrypter could no longer handle many of the newer encryption schemes even with some serious tweaking or using RipIt4Me.
I never used the 32-bit versions of either Vista nor Windows 7; so I can't comment on compatibility with those two OSes.
Sorry, but that statement is completly not true as far as my experience is concerned
Imgburn works perfect on Win7 x64
Sorry sebus LightningUK acknowledged and updated Imgburn 18.104.22.168 because of the problems I was having with falsely reported verification errors under W7x64. The current Imgburn versions now can be configured to *ignore* errors during verification under all x64 OSes that don't [falsely] occur under the x86 OSes with all other factors being the same.
Apparently your use under this OS is a bit more limited. In fairness, I stated Imgburn was flaky not buggy nor incompatible.
I have used ImgBurn time before but don;t use it anymore since I don't burn anymore because I realized that majority of burned media are after a year or so unreadable. So I took a external drive big enough and "backup" all my data there. This has one advantage since all my data are always readable and at hand and don't have to seek thru hundreds of dvds if I need some old stuff.
I've started using BurnAware (Free version), I find it copies & burns discs faster on my machine than ImgBurn does.
Still use ImgBurn from time to time for burning OS discs though.
As true as it might be, but... one burns media, vertifies the data & ... what else?
Never had any problem with that
I gave up on anything fancy with recordable media long time ago (Anakunda's reason)
Same here, I use ImgBurn along with BurnAware Free Edition. light and simple
It can do both mate...
Audio CD - Tools , Create Cue File , then just drag audio files into box.
Data Disc - Click "Write Files/Folders To Disc" , Then drag data files into box.