I’ve got a set of 37 files, all 1492MB long (x3=4476MB=full DVD), except the #37 that is smaller. They’re a partition backup done by Acronis True Image. If it matters, they’re in the root folder of a logical drive.
I want to record them to DVD’s (+RW x8 if it matters). I need 13 of them that I’ve ready. I’ve got three DVD recorders that I want to use cyclically: the Samsung would burn files #1 #2 and #3 in dvd#1, the Liteon files #4 #5 and #6 in dvd#2, the Asus #7 #8 and #9 in dvd #3, the Samsung #10 #11 and #12 in dvd #4, and so on.
I used to do this launching as many Nero Express instances as burners. Although manual, the process is quite simple, but it tends to have failures that I think I’ve tracked down to random fails whose fix require closing Nero Express instances (if not all instances) and opening them again.
I’d like to try ImgBurn’s queue instead. Here’s a guide about how to do it with ISO images:
(scroll down to “Queue Burning using multiple burners”)
question 1): I’d like to do it w/o doing intermediate ISO images. Is it possible? Can’t you queue *.ibb projects for instance?
question 2): The guide seems based in some ancient version of ImgBurn, so neither the v22.214.171.124’s interface is the same, nor I am able to find the way to open the window titled “ImgBurn Queue” in the guide. So even if I had multiple ISO’s, I couldn’t queue them. Does this window exist in v126.96.36.199? Is there an equivalent? If the functionality hasn’t been removed, could anyone please post the exact sequence of clicks/keyboard strokes/whatever you need to open the said window or equivalent resource from the “Ez Mode Picker…” window?
question 3): Is there some version of ImgBurn better suited for what I want to do? Other app maybe?