ImgBurn v2.0.0.0 Released by LUK!




Thanks for the info :bigsmile:

Now ImgBurn is able to create ISO files :bow: :bow: :bow:

Yes, thanks for posting…have been anticipating the new version… :clap:
Appreciate it!

Terrific changelog… LUK :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:

Nice one, look at that changelog!

Downloading now - thanks for the heads-up :slight_smile:

:bow: :bow: LUK! :bow: :bow: :bow:

Better than that. It will burn data files from your harddrive to DVD without needing to build an image first. And it will also burn VIDEO_TS folders straight to disc and create a fully compliant DVD-Video disc. :clap:

I now only need my other burning app for creating audio cds - ImgBurn does everything else. :bow:

I’ll do some burns soon :bigsmile:

Excellent - just what the doctor ordered.

With ImgBurn and UltraISO it’s getting harder and harder to find something to use Nero for. Multi-session burning comes to mind, but other than that…

I’ve already burned my first DVD+R with ImgBurn BTW!

I know, and with Burrrn for CDA…I honestly dunno what I’m gonna use Nero for now (as I don’t use multi-session if I can help it)! :eek:

hehe… until now I used nero only to create ISO files, but now … :bigsmile:

Exactly, now imgburn is THE superior burntool!!!



Huh? :confused:

I hope you’re not calling me a Crazy Old Fart! :wink:

LUK! is a F***ing legend…don’t forget to donate .


If the cap fits…:bigsmile:


The good things are always worth waiting for :slight_smile:

Again to LUK! :bow: and also to the beta testers :bow:

DVD-[B]C[/B]opy [B]o[/B]n the [B]f[/B]ly
Burn process completed successfully at 8x

Ah, I like that, I do that all the time when the need arises :clap:

Thanks, great program, as was DVD Decrypter.

The improvement in the buffer is nice feature, MUCH appreciated, on my system Nero Burning ROM always had a far more stable buffer under multitasking vs. ImgBurn, CD-DVD Speed, etc. The buffer seems much improved and more stable under multitasking with this new release, similar to Nero Burning ROM with my first test - I had severe buffer issues at times under heavy mutitasking with older versions while Burning ROM didn’t skip a beat, but my first test suffered no buffer issues at all under moderate multitasking. For that reason alone I still used Burning ROM for most of my burns, ISOs included. Looks like that may not be the case now. :smiley:

P.S. - donated despite the fact that I’m broke and a cheapskate. :stuck_out_tongue: Keep up the good work LightningUK.