[QUOTE=triggerx44;2246005]Hi. I’m burning a DVD in DVDFab, and under the Write settings, I have chosen ImgBurn as the engine, and 2.4x as the write speed. However, when I burn a DVD, and IMGBurn Opens, I see this in the log…
I 13:12:11 Write Speed: MAX
Then, in the status window, I proceed to see it say “Write Rate: 4.0x”. It has chosen this because it thinks the media is 4.0x compatible. This particular blank (DVD+R DL) is from a “2.4x” spindle… but it’s Verbatim, so it’s probably OK to use 4x. However, I chose 2.4x in DVDFab, and I want to know how to make ImgBurn respect that choice… not because I’m worried about the burn, as they always turn out alright… but because I get the images off of a network share, and sometime when I’m doing something network intensive (Slingbox), and burning at the same time, I get several buffer underruns… and sometimes it doesnt recover. If I burn at 2.4x, then I think I won’t get the buffer underruns due to network traffic.
Any ideas? I’ve searched and couldn’t find this issue, so I apologize if it’s already been brought up.
Thanks in advance. -Brian[/QUOTE]
Did you set the write speed in DSVDFab or ImgBurn ?
Open ImgBurn and click on “Tools” located on the menu bar and select "Settings"
click on the “Build” tab and make sure there is a check mark in the following boxes
1…Check 'Close Program’
2…Don’t Prompt Image Details
3…Don’t Prompt VIDEO_TS Content
4…Don’t Prompt Volume Label
any other boxes can stay as they are.
[B]To set the write/burn speed do the following
Put a blank disc into the drive/burner, with ImgBurn open make sure your drive is selected in the target window…(lower leftside)
Now on the right hand side click on the “Device” tab, now on the very bottom right you’ll see three buttons click on the top button to open the write speed settings page.
On the lower left side under “Settings” you will see a window next to “Disc ID” which will contain the MID(Media ID) of the blank disc that you have in your drive/burner, just below that window is where you can set the burn speed for that perticular MID once you enter the write speed click on the “ADD”…NOTE…each time you buy a new spindle of media you should check the MID becuase it can change even when using the same brand name.
the other dropdown window below is for setting a perticular drive/burner if you have more then one and one of them has better results with that MID at a different write speed [/B]