ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application software that everybody ought to have of their toolkit! ImgBurn supports a variety of image file formats – together with BIN, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG, and PDI.
It supports Unicode folder/file names so that you shouldn’t run into any issues when you using a global character set. It’s a really versatile application software with several advanced features which might be typically missing in other tools, particularly with regards to burning DVD Video discs.
It supports all the newest drives without the necessity for updates (together with booktype / bitsetting / advanced settings on most of the main ones – i.e. BenQ, LiteOn, LG, NEC, Plextor, Samsung, Sony).
There is an image queue system for whenever you’re burning several images (which you’ll be able to automatically share between multiple drives when you have more than one) and a simple-to-use layer break selection screen for double layer DVD Video jobs.
The Automatic Write Speed feature allows you to store your favorite burn speed settings on a per ‘Media ID’ foundation, proper all the way down to a drive-by drive stage. Data captured through the burn (write speed, buffer ranges, etc) could be displayed/ analyzed using DVDInfoPro.
ImgBurn works in several Modes, each for performing a unique task:
- Read: Read a disc to an image file.
- Build: Create an image file from files in your computer or network – or you’ll be able to write the files onto a disc.
- Write: Write an image file to a disc.
- Verify: Check a disc is 100% readable. Optionally, you may as well have ImgBurn evaluate it in opposition to a given image file to make sure the precise data is right.
- Discovery: Put your drive/media to the check! Used together with DVDInfoPro, you’ll be able to verify the quality of the burns your drive is producing.
ImgBurn supports all of the Microsoft Windows OS’s – Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (together with all of the 64-bit versions). If you use Wine, it also needs to run on Linux and other x86-primarily based Unixes.
Changes in ImgBurn 188.8.131.52
- Added: Holding the ALT key when clicking on the DLE window’s Disc pane column header will now remove the sort order (so they’re then basically sorted by addition order).
- Added: Ability to incrementally search the Explorer pane within the ‘Disc Layout Editor’ window.
- Added: The efficient USB connection speed (1.1, 2.0, 3.0) for USB devices to the preliminary device scan log entries.
- Added: Log entry when burning to display the efficient layer break position.
- Added: Log entry when burning that shows the number of discs a Lite-On drive thinks it has burnt.
- Added: Pioneer drives now list their ‘Kernel Version’ next to the firmware version.
- Added: The Windows 7+ taskbar button/progress display now turns red if an I/O error box pops up throughout a read/write (etc.) operation.
- Added: The ability to set the ‘Platform ID’ when constructing a bootable disc – thus enabling the creation of UEFI bootable discs.
- Added: Internal version of the ‘BurnerMax Payload’ code (nicely, what I may figure out) to allow for overburning DVD+R DL on many MediaTek chipset-primarily based drives. In observation, this only appears to work on Lite-On (and clone) drives that have ‘Force HyperTuning’ enabled.
- Added: MSF information to the ‘Sector Viewer’ tool.
- Added: Allow for a bigger I/O buffer (1GB).
- Added: Option to choose the transfer size (32KB -> 512 KB) used when reading / writing files.
- Added: Option to enable/disable the OS’s buffering when writing image files.
- Added: Ability to make the Explorer pane within the DLE window ‘Read Only’.
- Added: Support for Opus audio compression format.
- Added: Support for TAK lossless audio compression format (together with embedded CUE sheets).
- Added: Ability to use a ‘*’ wildcard for ‘backup list’ directory entries in an IBB undertaking file (applies to Advanced input mode).
- Added: A number of keyboard shortcuts to the DLE window. (Ctrl+Shift+C = New Disc (Clear), Ctrl+Shift+D = Add Folder (Directory),
Ctrl+Shift+F = Add Files, Ctrl+Shift+N = New Folder)
- Changed: No longer bundling/providing the Ask.com toolbar within the setup application software, OpenCandy now handles product choices throughout the installation.
- Changed: Buffered I/O is now enabled by default for reading/writing files.
- Changed: Update the splash screen logo.
- Changed: The ‘Delete’ option/button within the Disc Layout Editor has been renamed to ‘Remove’ so it matches the one in Standard input mode (and so people aren’t delayed by the time period ‘Delete’ – considering it’ll truly delete the file on their hard drive).
- Changed/Fixed: Detect outsized UDF File Entry descriptors and don’t try and parse them.
- Changed/Fixed: Restore the ‘Disc Layout Editor’ window’s focus when the application software turns active.
- Changed/Fixed: Workaround for the new 16x LG Blu-ray writers that report the incorrect (a truncated) present write speed worth within the ‘GET PERFORMANCE’ response when burning at 16x.
- Changed/Fixed: Workaround for newer LG drives with the ‘Silent Play’ feature that appears to disregard makes an attempt to set the read speed by way of the ‘SET STREAMING’ command. They get fixed on 1x and gained read any quicker!
- Changed/Fixed: Attempt to block users from making an attempt to put in writing discs their ‘combo’ drive doesn’t support (i.e. a DVD+RW/BD-ROM combo drive making an attempt to burn BD-R).
- Changed/Fixed: Potential errors had been being ignored/misplaced when setting a ‘changeable’ layer break place to its present/most worth. The software now reports them.
- Changed/Fixed: Tweaked the ‘browse for folder/file’ dialog code to hopefully stop the OS from throwing up a ‘There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive X:.’ error when the MRU location is a drive that not has a disc in it.
- Changed/Fixed: Reworked some commands that might optionally not use ‘Immediate I/O’. Old code might fall back to ‘None-
Immediate I/O’ and lose the preliminary error message from the ‘Immediate I/O’ version of the command.
- Changed/Fixed: Made an adjustment (potential bug repair) to my drag+drop element’s code. It might reduce down on crashes / weird things occurring because the user has carried out a d+d operation.
- Changed/Fixed: ‘Shutdown Computer’ checkboxes ought to have read ‘Shut Down Computer’.
- Changed/Fixed: Recently added ‘MID’ information to was lacking from the disc information text in reading/ Verify modes.
- Fixed: Cosmetic problem displaying numbers when the user’s ‘thousands separator’ is set to nothing.
- Fixed: Displaying incorrect firmware subversion on newer LG Blu-ray drives (BH14+).
- Fixed: Memory leak when burning Audio CDs that use DirectShow for decoding.
- Fixed: Memory leak when burning Audio CDs the place the files are already within the right format for burning (no decode required).
- Fixed: Potential access violation when reading an area in a UDF ‘File Set Descriptor’.
- Fixed: Old (orphaned) AWS-associated registry/ini file entries had been being left behind – this was completely fantastic, it’s simply good to keep the place tidy!
- Fixed: DLE Window’s Disc Toolbar wasn’t being resized for higher DPI systems – which means the buttons weren’t absolutely seen.
- Fixed: When outputting Mode2/Form1/2352 from Build mode, the software didn’t keep in mind any extra data type conversion required for the drive – this might produce a corrupt disc.
Size: 3.77 MB