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A "burning" question about something thats been burnin me..

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by PSeaGamer, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. PSeaGamer

    PSeaGamer Regular member

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    Use samsung sh-d162c dvd (pre-flashed with kreon) drive to rip..
    Pioneer drive 112d to burn..

    I plan on using xbc 2.4 to rip and imgburn to "burn"

    Since Ill be burning the .dvd file (not the .iso) to verbatims, do I still need to set the layerbreak? And if so, how do you do that??

    thx..
     
  2. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    personally i set mine anyway because i always use to burn the ISO. But i am pretty sure you do not ned it when using the .DVD file. Since the newest version of IMGburn will not even alloy you to choose the ISO file when a .DVD file is present in the same folder.
    A .DVD file is like a .Cue file with CD's, it will tell the burner what to burn and how to burn it.
     
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  3. pilferd

    pilferd Regular member

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    exactly what steimy said ... the .dvd only tells imgburn the name of the .iso and what the layerbreak is ...

    if u like rename the .dvd file as a .doc and open it in Word - u'll see its really not much at all ... remember to rename it to .dvd again when ur done ...
     
  4. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    yeah, you can open the .DVD file in notepad without renamiong it. It is like 2-3 lines at best.
     

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