[QUOTE=pythonis;2601817]took a look at the guide and its the same one that confused me. you say “I’m assuming that users are already familiar with the rest of the burning process in ImgBurn” well ive never used imgburn so i have no lnowledge of it whatsoever. i dont know what a cell is, i dont know what fast action is, i look at these guides and its like my head goes from reading comprehension to reading blah blah blah.
only burning software ive ever used is windows media player to burn music and alcohol 120 for dvd burns. Yesterday was the first time i had ever used Nero to burn a disk. Luckily it was idiot proof all i had to do was select the file to burn and what drive was going to be used to burn it and that was it. Which is good because i just go into air head/space cadet mode if its any more technical than that.[/QUOTE]To burn an ISO in ImgBurn do the following.
- Open ImgBurn.
- Click the ‘Write image file to disc’ icon.
- Put a blank disc in your burner.
- Select the ISO you want to burn.
- Click the ‘Write’ button.
And that’s all there is to it which is one of the reasons why ImgBurn is so popular as it’s very simple to use.
By ‘fast action’ I mean rapidly moving video such as car chase scenes, explosions, close ups of rapidly moving water etc.
Most of that guide is just an explanation of why you’re doing what you need to do.
The short bit at the end is the actual meat of things and it’s only a few steps long.