ImgBurn

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#1

Hello All; I’ts been a while that I posted. I have a
question about Imgburn. Is it prefered over VSO?
and does DVDFAB support Imgburn? what are the
pros & cons?

Thanks for any advise
Don


#2

DVDFab works with ImgBurn.
As for the pros and cons, that’s something you’ll have to decide. Try them both.


#3

It’s worth trying them both. I’ve never had an issue with VSO, but honestly i don’t use it that often.


#4

[quote=7thSinger;2167893]It’s worth trying them both. I’ve never had an issue with VSO, but honestly i don’t use it that often.[/quote] They are both good and having a choice is always a nice option. I have been using the VSO engine for many years and I its never let me down, it produces quality burns and its good foprme. But that said, Imgburn is also excellent , its updated on a constant basis and does way more than just burn. So its really up to the user.


#5

I have burned 100’s of movie with Imgburn and the same with Fab’s VSO…

If there is a difference in the results I would have stopped using one or the other long time ago…

Imgburn has many more options but that’s the only difference I can see…


#6

I have always used the VSO burn engine and like Alan never had a problem from all the way back to ver 3


#7

I was having some VSO problems burning DL DVD+R from Image Files (Iso) via the Write Data function. I did not have any such problems with SL.

So I downloaded ImgBurn and started getting familiar with it. At first it seemed a bit complicated but then I was able to peruse some online user guides and learned how to do what I wanted. I am now able to use DVDFab Clone method to create an Image File and then go into ImgBrun to burn the DVD+R DL without any problems whatsoever.

So for DL, I’ll stick with ImgBurn. I’ll probably even use it for SL since you can visually see your burn progress much more than just a %. But everyone has their own preferences. Since ImgBurn is free, why not download it and see for yourself which you prefer.