ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application for Windows. It can be invaluable for making discs for the PWT.
It has several ‘Modes’, each one for performing a different task:
First, BE SURE you’ve converted your files to WAV. If you haven’t already, see our Hot To on converting.
Be sure you know where these files are as you’ll need to retrieve them in a bit.
You can get ImgBurn at http://www.imgburn.com There’s a lot of spurious other stuff available for downloads on this page, so click â€œdownloadsâ€ in the upper left corner and you’ll see this page.
Click on the big blue box that says â€œBetaNewsâ€ and the â€œDownload nowâ€ Ignore all the other stuff or you’ll be busy all night.
Let IMGburn download and install. Once it’s done, you’ll see a box pop up.
Click the upper left â€œWrite image file to discâ€ command button.
Go to â€œModeâ€ and select â€œBuildâ€
Drag the files from the folder where they’re stored to the â€œsourceâ€ box. You can search from this window, but at the right of the â€œsourceâ€ box you’ll see a white search button right above the yellow search button (above the red â€œXâ€) USE THE WHITE BUTTON to get the files, the yellow won’t work. Don’t ask me why.
Make SURE these are WAV files.
Set up the Options tab:
o Data Type: MODE1/2048
o File System: UDF
o UDF Revision: 1.02
o No other boxes checked on this tab
Set the label tab with the title, artist, or whatever you like.
Date tab: Use File Date & Time selected
o Restrictions tab: defaults are fine, on the UDF tab nothing is selected
o Bootable Disc tab: no selected options
Click the â€œbuildâ€ button in the lower left corner (shown with the file and arrow to the disc)
Pick a spot to store the build file. Remember where you put it, you’ll use it in the next steps. This file is stored with a file extension of â€œ.ISOâ€ Let ImgBurn save the build file, it will take a few minutes.
Go back to ImgBurn Mode tab and select â€œWriteâ€ and make sure the â€˜verify’ checkbox is selected right there under the â€˜destination’ box.
Drag the .ISO file you made above to the â€œSourceâ€ box as shown above. Once that’s done, make sure there’s a DVD in the drive and click the â€œburnâ€ button in the lower left corner as highlighted with the blue arrow in the middle.
The disc will start to burn.
Don’t pull the disc out yet. The tray will pop open, and then reclose. Don’t interrupt as it need to verify the disc.
Let it verify the disc.
It will confirm the burn is complete and you can eject the disc. You can play this on your PWT.