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ImgBurn - A User Guide

NOTE: A Printer-Friendly .pdf document for this guide can be found here


NOTE: There is an updated guide based on the latest released version of ImgBurn that can be found here.


What Can I Do In ImgBurn?

ImgBurn is a free tool that allows you to write images to DVD-R / DVD-RW / DVD-R DL / DVD+R / DVD+RW / DVD+R DL / DVD-RAM media.

ImgBurn can write most types of CD / DVD images - including BIN, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI. It supports all the latest writers (including booktype / bitsetting on many of the major ones - i.e. BenQ, LiteOn, NEC, Plextor, Sony). You can even use ImgBurn to erase / format your rewritable media!

ImgBurn will try its very best to burn your DVD-Video double layer images using the layer break you've specified in the IFO files, but it can also calculate the best place for you, to save you the trouble.

Advanced functionality can be found in context menus that appear when you right click on various bits of the user interface. These features are also covered and explained in this guide.

ImgBurn is written by Lightning UK! and is an enhanced version of an earlier released burn engine.


ImgBurn's Homepage

You can download and read more about the program at ImgBurn's homepage.


This Guide

I have divided it into these sections:
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Installation


Download and install ImgBurn. You can download it here.

After that the installation has started you will see this window:



Just press the 'Next >' button.



The default settings are the one you should use. Press the 'Next >' button.



Select the folder where you want the program to be installed. Then press the 'Next >' button to continue the installation.



If you already have the program installed and are updating it - you will have the option to retain your current settings. Select 'Yes' if you want to keep them.



Your installation of ImgBurn is now finished and you can decide if you want to run the program. If you press 'Finish' you will see this window:



After the startup screen - you will then be seeing the main program window of ImgBurn:



You are now ready to use the program.


The basic settings in ImgBurn

The default preferences should work out very well. If you want to know more about them you can read about them in this guide under the section 'ImgBurn Settings'.

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The Menus


In the menu bar of the program you can find five main topics:


  1. File
  2. View
  3. Mode
  4. Tools
  5. Help

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The Menus

1. File



  • Browse

    Gives you the option to browse for an image file that you want to load into the program.

  • Write

    This will start the burning of the selected image.

  • Load Most Recent Queue

    Loads automatically the latest saved .IBQ file.

  • Load Queue...

    Allows you to load any previously saved .IBQ file.

    The program will ask you to locate the saved .IBG file and you hard disk.

    If it's loaded without any errors:



  • Save Queue...

    Saves the contents of the queue in an .IBQ file.

    You can name the queue and also change the location of the saved .IBQ file.

    If it's saved without problems:



  • Export Graph Data...

    Saves the latest burned discs graphic data in an .IBG file.

  • Display Graph Data Using DVDInfoPro...

    Displays the latest burned discs write speed in a data graphic using DVDInfoPro. You can see exactly what speed your drive was burning at and when.



  • Recent Files

    Shows you a list of the latest burned images.

    There is also an option to clear this list.

  • Exit

    This will terminate the program.

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2. View



  • Log

    Normally this log window should be enabled with automatic when you start ImgBurn. If you can't see it or if you want to hide it - presss the letter L on your keyboard.



    The ImgBurn log file is an extremely useful part of the program. It not only provides you with the details of every individual session. It helps you troubleshoot if any errors happen.

    If you don't see it - press the 'L' button on your keyboard to turn it on or off. Even if you select it to be off - it runs in the background and you can at any time turn it on again and watch what's saved in it.

    You can have ImgBurn automatically to save the log for you after exiting the program. Which can be very helpful if you need to post a log file from failed burn. That way you do not have to recreate it again. (If your computer freezes and you have to manually reset/reboot it (or you lose your electricity etc), ImgBurn will not save the log. It only saves the log if you 'X' out of the screen, or click "File", then "Exit".

    • File

      • New

        This will create an empty log file window.

      • Open...

        This gives you the option to open up an already saved log file.

      • Save As...

        This gives you the option to save the log file.

      • Print

        This will send the contents of the log file to your printer.

      • Close

        This will close the log window.

    • Edit

      • Cut

        Cut the selected part of the log file.

      • Copy

        Copy the selected part of the log file.

      • Delete

        Delete the selected part of the log file.

      • Select All

        Selects all rows of the log file.

    • Tools

      • Count

        This will show you a window with some statistics about your log file.


  • Queue

    The queue system will allow you to put several images in a burning queue and then burn all images in a row after eachother.

    Add the images that you want to queue.



    After that the first image in the queue is burnt - ImgBurn will ask you to insert a new disc.



    After that the new disc is inserted - ImgBurn will automatically start the burning of the new image in ten seconds.

    • Note: If you right-click in the queue window you will see a pop up menu:


  • Refresh

    Does a new initiation of the disc and reads it once again. Just as you had inserted the disc once again.

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3. Mode - Write




3.1 Write Options



  • Source:

    Select the imagefile you want to burn by using the folder icon to be loaded into the program.

    You can also press the queue button to load the queue manager. In this manager you can add several images and then let ImgBurn burn them in a row after eachother.

  • Label:

    Shows the images label name.

  • Sectors:

    Shows your the sector size for the selected image.

  • Size:

    Shows you the psyical size for the selected image.

  • Time:

    Shows you the time for the selected image.

  • Destination

    Select the CD/DVD-burner you want to use for your burning.

  • Test Mode

    This will fake a burning. Every step involved in a real burning will be carried out - except turning on the laser.

    If this process is done without any errors - you will see this window:



    If you try to use a RW disc for this mode - it will not work and you will see this message window:



  • Verify

    If you want to verify that your image has been written properly to your disc you can select this option. It will re-read your burned disc and compare it to the original file.

  • L:

    Loads the tray in the selected device.

  • E:

    Ejects the tray in the selected device.

  • Settings

    • Write Speed:

      You can here select the speed rate at which you want the burning to be performed at.

      If you want to burn as fast as either the burner or the media is capable of - select 'MAX'. If you want to burn at a desired speed - select that corresponding number at which you want to burn at in the drop-down box.

      DVDs can only be burned at 16X as fastest. If you see a higher speed number in the drop-down box - it's a setting for CD burning. After that the program is installed for the first time - it will show 56X.

    • Book Type:

      If your drive supports book type/bit setting, remember to tell it to burn DVD +R/+RW discs as DVD-ROM. This will make them more compatible with players. The book type/bit setting utility is accessed by clicking on the little 'book' icon in the lower right part of the window.

      You will then see this menu:



      Now select your brand of burner. In my example I select 'NEC'.



      You can now select the option you want to carry out.




The Burning Process


Insert a blank DVD disc in your CD/DVD burners drive.



After that the disc has been loaded - the right part of the program window will now show you information about your inserted disc.

Code:
_NEC DVD_RW ND-4551A 1-08 (ATA)
Current Profile: DVD+RW

Disc Information:
Status: Complete
Erasable: Yes
Formatted: Yes
Sessions: 1
Sectors: 2 295 104
Size: 4 700 372 992 bytes
Time: 510:03:29 (MM:SS:FF)
Supported Write Speeds: 2,4x; 4x

Physical Format Information (ADIP):
Disc ID: RICOHJPN-W11-01
Book Type: DVD+RW
Part Version: 2
Disc Size: 120mm
Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified
Number of Layers: 1
Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP)
Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit
Track Density: 0.74 um/track
First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196 608
Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 2 491 711
Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded):
Disc ID: RICOHJPN-W11-01
Book Type: DVD+RW
Part Version: 2
Disc Size: 120mm
Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified
Number of Layers: 1
Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP)
Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit
Track Density: 0.74 um/track
First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196 608
Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 2 491 711
Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0

Current Format Capacity:
Sectors: 2 295 104
Size: 4 700 372 992 bytes
Time: 510:03:29 (MM:SS:FF)

Maximum Format Capacity:
Sectors: 2 295 104
Size: 4 700 372 992 bytes
Time: 510:03:29 (MM:SS:FF)
Press the icon to select the image file you want to burn. If you are burning a DL ISO image you should select the .mds file if there is one as that one contains the information about where the layerbreak will be placed. If you should forgot that - the program will remind you.



When you have set your settings you are ready to burn the image. Press the start button and your burning begins.



If you have selected the option 'Verify' - the disc tray will eject before that the verifying process takes place and the program waits for the disc to be reloaded again. You can select in the options settings if you want the disc to be ejected or not before the verifying process.

It verifies that the data that was suppose burned, was burned. Most likely, the DVD will burn fine, and if it doesn't, it'll tell you during the burn. You can leave this 'enabled' ('disabled' by default) if you want to feel extra safe.

This shows you how the verifying process is running:



When it's done and if the burning and verifying process was finished without errors - a dialogue box will come up saying burning is complete.



After that message, you can hit "OK" and go ahead and remove the disc.

Your burning ended with an error?

If this should happen - take a look in this FAQ.

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3. Mode - Verify




Insert a burned DVD disc in your CD/DVD burners drive.



After that the disc has been loaded - the right part of the program window will now show you information about your inserted disc.

Code:
_NEC DVD_RW ND-4551A 1-08 (ATA)
Current Profile: DVD+RW

Disc Information:
Status: Complete
Erasable: Yes
Formatted: Yes
Sessions: 1
Sectors: 2 295 104
Size: 4 700 372 992 bytes
Time: 510:03:29 (MM:SS:FF)

Physical Format Information (ADIP):
Disc ID: RICOHJPN-W11-01
Book Type: DVD+RW
Part Version: 2
Disc Size: 120mm
Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified
Number of Layers: 1
Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP)
Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit
Track Density: 0.74 um/track
First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196 608
Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 2 491 711
Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded):
Disc ID: RICOHJPN-W11-01
Book Type: DVD+RW
Part Version: 2
Disc Size: 120mm
Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified
Number of Layers: 1
Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP)
Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit
Track Density: 0.74 um/track
First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196 608
Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 2 491 711
Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0
Press the start button and your verifying begins.

This shows you how the verifying process is running:



When it's done and if the verifying process was finished without errors - a dialogue box will come up saying burning is complete.



After that message, you can hit "OK" and go ahead and remove the disc.

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4. Tools



  • ISO



    • Change Volume Label



      You can here change the Volume Label name of an image file.



      Now we want to open up our ISO file and change the Volume Label name. Select the imagefile you want to use by using the folder icon to be loaded into the program.



      Now you can change it to what you want. Then just press the button 'OK' and the name is changed.

    • Display IFO Layer Break Information...

      This will display the layer break information from a DL image.


  • Drive



    • Refresh

      Does a new initiation of the DVD and reads it once again. Just as you had inserted the DVD once again.

    • ReZero

      The REZERO UNIT command positions the laser head of the drive to the zero track (LBA 0) and basically reinitialises the drive.

      This command exists for command compatibility and it works on several drives.

    • Load

      Closes the device tray.

    • Eject

      Ejects the device tray.

    • Lock Tray

      Locks the device tray.

    • UnLock Tray

      Unlocks the device tray.

    • Set Read Speed

      This setting is not used by the program.

    • Erase Disc

      If you want to erase your RW disc - you can do it here.



      • Quick

        Does a quick erase of the disc.

      • Full

        Wipes out the whole disc. This takes longer time than the 'Quick' version above.

    • Synchronise Cache

      The command flushes the cached buffers to media which makes it possible to resume the data flow.

      Synchronise Cache is used after a failed burn (not needed if you burnt with ImgBurn because it performs that operation regardless). It basically tells the drive the Write operation has finished and that it's to finish writing everything in it's cache to the disc and basically clean up after itself.

    • Close

      If your burned disc have not been properly closed - you can do it here.



      • Track

        Closes the track.

      • Session

        Closes the session.

      • Disc

        Closes the whole disc.

    • Change Advanced Settings...



      Here you can change some settings if you have a BenQ, LiteOn or Plexter writer.

    • Change Book Type...

      If your drive supports book type/bit setting, remember to tell it to burn DVD +R/+RW discs as DVD-ROM. This will make them more compatible with players.

      You will see this menu after you have selected this option:



      Now select your brand of burner. In my example I select 'NEC'.



      You can now select the option you want to carry out.



    • Regional Code



      • Information

        This will show you the current Region Code settings for your device.



        If you should see this window - it will in most cases mean that your burner is flashed with regionfree firmware.



      • Change

        You can here change the current Region Code for your device.

        Just remember that you can only change this setting five times. The last Region Code you then set it to - will be to that one forever.



        If you should see this window - you can't change the region code because you have a regionfree firmware installed.


    • Capabilities

      This shows your selected devices capabilities.



    • Check For Firmware Updates...

      You need to be connected to internet in order for it to work. The program searches 'The Firmware page' and shows you available firmware updates for your selected device. It also shows you your current installed firmware version.


  • Create DVD MDS file...

    If your hard disk is not NTFS formatted you can't deal with ISO files over 4 GB in size. Your ISO file will have to be split to several ISOs. To create an index over those files - you can create a MDS file.

    Normally this should have been done automatically by the program while it saved your ISO creation.





  • Search for SCSI/ATAPI Devices

    Searches your computer for installed devices - such as CD/DVD burners and DVD-ROMs.

  • Settings...

    This will give you a menu of the different settings you can apply to the program.

    There are seven different tabs in this menu:



    • The Tabs

      These additional registry settings are explained in the next section of the guide.

      1. General
      2. Read
      3. Build
      4. Write
      5. Verify
      6. Graph Data
      7. I/O
      8. Device
      9. Sounds
      10. Events
      11. Registry

    • Defaults

      The default setting is showed in blue in this guide.

      If you have changed any settings and want to use the default ones. Simply press the 'Default' button. The program will ask you if you really want to reset the settings:



      If you press 'Yes, your changes will be reverted back to default.

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  • Options

    • Minimize To System Tray

      When enabling this option, ImgBurn will minimize itself as an icon to the system tray. (System tray is where your PC clock is located.)



      If you want to bring the ImgBurn window backup, you would double click the "CD" looking icon. Alternatively, you could right click on the "CD" looking icon and left click on "Restore ImgBurn".

      If you have a few windows open while ripping. This will minimize ImgBurn to the tray and remove the ImgBurn box from your taskbar.

      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Sync. Build / Write / Discovery Options



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • 'Queue' Window - Stay On Top



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Prevent Screen Saver From Starting



      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Show 'Shutdown' Window



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Shutdown Action:

      • Log Off


      • Restart


      • Turn Off


      • Stand By


      • Hibernate



      The default setting is 'Turn Off'.

  • Language

    The default setting is 'English'.

  • Display Warnings

    • Don't Update IFO/BUP Files



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Images Still Queued



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Interfering Programs



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Layer Break On DVD-R DL



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Maximum File Size



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Overburning



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Seamless Layer Break



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Select MDS File Not ISO

      In most cases you should select the .ISO file when you want to burn the image. In some cases there is the need to select the .MDS file instead:

      • Your hard disk is not NTFS formatted

        As Windows 98 and some older Windows version is based on the FAT 32 filesystem (and a lot of people still use this even under Win XP) which cannot handle files larger than 4 GB and shrinked movies usually are at about 4.7 GB, a program such as DVD Shrink splits the backup files on such systems into a multipart or segmented ISO which consists of several 1 GB files with an enumerated extension like .i01, .i02 and an .mds file of a few bytes which holds info on the parts.

      • You are going to burn to a DL disc

        MDS is just a file that is generated along with the ISO file when making a 1/1 Copy or creating a ISO file on your hard drive. It just basically tells your burner where to put the layer break for dual layer burning.

      The default setting is 'enabled'.


    • Write Mode Not Build Mode



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Advanced

    • Allocate Files On Creation



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Calculate MD5 Hash Values



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Create CUE - Preserve Full Pathnames



      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Create MD5 - Preserve Full Pathnames


      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Parse File System Timeout


      The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Layer Break

    • Check 'Don't update IFO/BUP files'


      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Check 'Seamless'


      The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • ImgBurnPreview File Name

    • The default setting is ''.

    • Don't Limit Frames Per Second


      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Don't Use DirectDraw Overlays


      The default setting is 'disabled'.

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  • Write Mode:

    • Auto
    • DVD
    • CD

  • Write Type:

    • DAO
    • Incremental

  • Link Size:

    • Auto
    • 0
    • 1
    • 16

  • DVD+R Reserv Track



    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • DVD-RAM FastWrite



    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Enable BURN-Proof

    BURN-Proof (or BurnProof) is an unfortunate abbreviation of "Buffer-Under-RuN Proof". The technology allows you to avoid buffer underruns by suspending and restarting the write process when the recorder's buffer is about to empty. (See section (4-1) if you're not familiar with buffer underruns.)

    All of these are for situations where your computer is unable to send data to the drive quickly enough to keep the buffer full. They will not help you if your computer loses power, your software crashes, your media is of poor quality, or you smack the drive hard enough to disrupt the recording process.
    Nearly all CD/DVD recorders announced in or after 2001 featured some variation of buffer underrun protection.

    Ideally, the results of interrupted and uninterrupted writes would be identical. In practice, there may be a small glitch at the point where writing was suspended. The general concensus is that these technologies are effective and do not result in noticeable glitches.

    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Lock Volume - Exclusive Access

    This will stop other programs for accessing your burner while you do the burn.

    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Cycle Tray Before Verify

    CD/DVD recorders (and modern CD/DVD-ROM drives) have a chunk of RAM that holds blocks read from the disc. Some drives provide a way to clear this out, some don't.

    All drives need to have their block cache cleared out after writing completes and before disc verification begins. If this weren't done, the files being verified could be read out of the block cache instead of from the disc itself, defeating the purpose of the verification pass. Also, some CD/DVD recorders need to have their recording buffers explicitly cleared between the "test" and "write" passes.

    The most reliable, 100%-guaranteed-to-work approach is to eject the disc and re-insert it. Watching your CD/DVD tray open and close can be startling at first, but in general it's harmless.

    Back in the early days of CD recording, the situation was a bit more awkward. Caddy drives were the norm, so an ejected disc had to be manually re-inserted. Some poorly-written CD recording software would automatically start the "write" pass a few seconds after the "test" pass, without waiting for the disc to be re-inserted, so you either had to be paying close attention or set the "wait until told to continue" option.

    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Verify Against Image File

    This option will run the verify process against the actual image you burned. If not enabled - it will only try to read the burned disc.

    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Check 'Delete Image'

    This will pre-check this option in the 'ISO Write Mode' window. After a successful burn the image source will be automatically deleted.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Check 'Close Program'

    After a successful burning - the program will terminate itself.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Check 'Shutdown Compute'

    This will pre-check this option in the 'ISO Write Mode' window.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Don't Prompt Erase Media

    If you enable this option - the program will erase your RW disc automatic if it's needed.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Don't Prompt Format Media

    If you enable this option - the program will format your RW disc automatic.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Don't Prompt Overwrite Media

    If you enable this option - the program will owerwrite your RW disc automatic.

    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Layer Break (For DL Media

    • Calculate Optimal

      The program will calculate the optimal layer break.

    • User Specified

      You can insert where you want the layer break to be present.

      • Sectors in L0:

        Input the amount of sectors you want to be on the first layer of the disc.

  • Use Layer Jump Recording (-R DL)



    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Auto 'Export Graph Data'



    The default setting is 'disabled'.

  • Format Media

    • Wait For Background Process



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Queue Options

    • Insert Nect Disc - Auto 'OK'

      When you use the Queue function - the program will ask you to insert a new disc and after that is done it will wait 10 seconds by default before it starts the burning process. In this option you can specify how long that time should be.

      The default setting is 'enabled'.

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  • Options

    • Ignore CD-DA Data



      The default setting is 'enabled'.


      Ignore Non 'User Data' Bytes

      Ignore non user data within sectors. i.e. So with Mode1/2352 images, it only compares the real 2048 user data bytes.

      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Check 'Delete Image'

      After a successful verify the image file will be automatically deleted.

      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Check 'Close Program'

      After a successful verify ImgBurn will be automatically closed down.

      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Check 'Shutdown Computer'

      After a successful verify the computer will be automatically shutdown.

      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Auto 'Export Graph Data'



      The default setting is 'disabled'.

    • Enable SpeedRead DVD (Plextor)



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Enable High Speed Mode (Samsung)



      The default setting is 'enabled'.

    • Process Priority

      • Realtime

      • High

      • Above Normal

      • Normal

      • Below Normal

      • Idle

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  • Default Folder

    • Most Recently Used

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    • Custom

    The default setting is 'Most Recently Used'.

  • Default File Name

    • Most Recently Used

    • Custom


    The default setting is 'Custom'.

  • Compress Spaces



    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Replace Spaces With Underscores



    The default setting is 'enabled'.

  • Sample Rate


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