Download ImgBurn Free (New Version)

ImgBurn is a lightweight Compact disc / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application.


Its several ‘Modes’, each one of these for carrying out another task:


Read – Read a disc for an image file


Build – Create a picture file from files on your pc or network – or write the files straight to a disc


Write – Write a picture file to some disc


Verify – Check a disc is 100% readable. Optionally, you may also have ImgBurn compare it against confirmed image file to guarantee the actual information is correct


Discovery – Place your drive / media towards the test! In combination with DVDInfoPro, you should check the standard from the burns your drive is creating.


ImgBurn supports an array of image file formats – including BIN, Signal, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI.


It may burn Audio CD’s from the file type supported via DirectShow / ACM – including AAC, APE, FLAC, M4A, MP3, MP4, MPC, OGG, PCM, WAV, WMA and WV.


Technology-not only to construct DVD Video DVDs (from the VIDEOTS folder), HD DVD Video dvds (from the HVDVDTS folder) and Blu-ray Video dvds (from the BDAV / BDMV folder) effortlessly.


It supports Unicode folder/file names, which means you, should not run directly into any problems if you are utilizing a worldwide character set.


ImgBurn supports all of the Home windows OS’s – Windows 95, 98, Me, NT4, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008 and seven (including all of the 64-bit versions). If you are using Wine, it ought to also operate on Linux along with other x86-based Unixes.


It is a very flexible application with several advanced features which are frequently missing in other tools, particularly when it involves burning DVD Video dvds. It supports all of the latest drives without resorting to updates (including booktype / bitsetting / advanced configurations on most of the major ones – i.e. BenQ, LiteOn, LG, NEC, Plextor, Samsung, The new sony).


There’s a picture queue system when ever you are burning several images (which you’ll instantly share between multiple drives for those who have several) and a simple-to-use layer break selection screen for double layer DVD Video jobs. The Automated Write Speed feature enables you store your favourite burn speed configurations on the per ‘Media ID’ basis, right lower to some drive by drive level. Data taken throughout the burn (write speed, buffer levels etc) can be shown / analysed using DVDInfoPro.


Although ImgBurn is made to work perfectly straight as they are, advanced customers will appreciate precisely how configurable it’s.


Oh and let us remember the very best factor about this…. it’s 100% FREE -)


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ImgBurn new version

What’s New:


  • Added: Holding the ALT key when hitting DLE window’s Disc pane column header will take away the sort order (so they are then basically sorted by addition order).
  • Added: Capability to incrementally search the Explorer pane within the ‘Disc Layout Editor’ window.
  • Added: The effective USB connection speed (1.1, 2. 3.) For USB products towards the initial device scan log records.
  • Added: Log entry when burning showing the effective layer break position.
  • Added: Log entry when burning that shows the amount of dvds a Lite-On drive thinks it’s burnt.
  • Added: Pioneer drives now list their ‘Kernel Version’ near the firmware version.
  • Added: The Home windows 7 taskbar button/progress display now turns red-colored if the I/O error box appears throughout a read/write (etc.) operation.
  • Added: The opportunity to set the ‘Platform ID’ when creating a bootable disc – thus enabling the development of UEFI bootable DVDs.
  • Added: Internal form of the ‘BurnerMax Payload’ code (well, things i could determine) to permit overburning DVD R DL on many MediaTek chipset based drives. Used, this only appears to operate on Lite-On (and clone) drives which have ‘Force HyperTuning’ enabled.
  • Added: MSF info towards the ‘Sector Viewer’ tool.
  • Added: Permit bigger I/O buffer (1GB).
  • Added: Choice to select the transfer size (32KB -> 512 KB) used when reading through / writing files.
  • Added: Choice to enable/disable the OS’s loading when writing image files.
  • Added: Ability to help make the Explorer pane within the DLE window ‘Read only’.
  • Added: Support for Opus audio compression format.
  • Added: Support for TAK lossless audio compression format (including embedded Signal sheets).
  • Added: Ability to utilize a ‘*’ wildcard for ‘backup list’ directory records within an IBB project file (is applicable to Advanced input mode).
  • Added: A couple of keyboard cutting corners towards the DLE window. (Control Change C = New Disc (Obvious), Control Change D = Add Folder (Directory), Control Change F = Add Files, Control Change N = New Folder)
  • Changed: No more bundling/providing the toolbar within the setup program, OpenCandy now handles product choices throughout installation.
  • Changed: Buffered I/O has become enabled automatically for reading through/writing files.
  • Changed: Update the splashscreen logo design.
  • Changed: The ‘Delete’ option/button within the Disc Layout Editor continues to be re-named to ‘Remove’ therefore it matches the main one in Standard input mode (and thus people aren’t delay through the term ‘Delete’ – thinking it’ll really remove the file on their own hard disk).
  • Changed/Fixed: Identify extra-large UDF File Entry descriptors and do not make an effort to parse them.
  • Changed/Fixed: Restore ‘Disc Layout Editor’ window’s focus once the application comes into action.
  • Changed/Fixed: Workaround for that new 16x LG Blu-ray authors that relate the incorrect (a cut down) current write speed value within the ‘GET PERFORMANCE’ response when burning at 16x.
  • Changed/Fixed: Workaround for more recent LG drives using the ‘Silent Play’ feature that appear to disregard tries to set the read speed through the ‘SET S……’ command. They get fixed on 1x and will not read any faster!
  • Changed/Fixed: Make an effort to block customers from attempting to write dvds their ‘combo’ drive does not support (i.e. a DVD RW/BD-ROM combo drive attempting to burn BD-R).
  • Changed/Fixed: Potential errors appeared to be overlooked/lost when setting a ‘changeable’ layer break position to the current/maximum value. This program now reviews them.
  • Changed/Fixed: Tweaked the ‘browse for folder/file’ dialog code to hopefully steer clear of the OS from sickness a ‘There isn’t any disk within the drive. Please place a disk into drive X:.’ error once the MRU location is really a drive that no more includes a disc inside it.
  • Changed/Fixed: Reworked some instructions that may optionally not use ‘Immediate I/O’. Old code could fall to ‘Non-Immediate I/O’ and loose the first error message in the ‘Immediate I/O’ form of the command.
  • Changed/Fixed: Made a spinal manipulation (potential bug fix) to my drag drop component’s code. It might cut lower on crashes / strange things happening consequently from the user getting carried out a d d operation.
  • Changed/Fixed: ‘Shutdown Computer’ checkboxes must have read ‘Shut Lower Computer’.
  • Changed/Fixed: Lately added ‘MID’ info to didn’t have in the disc info text in Read / Verify modes.
  • Fixed: Cosmetic problem exhibiting amounts once the user’s ‘thousands separator’ is placed to nothing.
  • Fixed: Exhibiting wrong firmware subversion on more recent LG Blu-ray drives (BH14 ).
  • Fixed: Memory leak when burning Audio Compact disks which use DirectShow for decoding.
  • Fixed: Memory leak when burning a sound Compact disks in which the files happen to be within the correct format for burning (no decode needed).
  • Fixed: Potential access breach when reading through a area inside a UDF ‘File Set Descriptor’.
  • Fixed: Old (orphaned) AWS related registry/ini file records appeared to be left out – it was perfectly fine, it is simply nice to help keep the area tidy!
  • Fixed: DLE Window’s Disc Plugin wasn’t being resized for greater DPI systems – meaning the buttons were not fully visible.
  • Fixed: When outputting Mode2/Form1/2352 from Build mode, this program did not consider any extra data type conversion needed for that drive – this might create a corrupt disc.

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