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#1 Emerson69

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 06:56 AM

I previously saved a DVD using Roxio Creator DE as an GI file instead of ISO.  Now I am unable to burn the image to a blank DVD and I no longer have the source DVD files.

When I copied(Save image) the source DVD, three files were created for eg.
  • Image_120918_1121 (1_0)
  • Image_120918_1121 (1_1)
  • Image_120918_1121
Can I still be able to burn the saved image file(s) to a blank DVD and be able to view the contents?  Please help.

Please note I did not look at the file format of the source DVD.

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 09:30 AM

View PostEmerson69, on 15 November 2012 - 06:56 AM, said:

I previously saved a DVD using Roxio Creator DE as an GI file instead of ISO.  Now I am unable to burn the image to a blank DVD and I no longer have the source DVD files.

When I copied(Save image) the source DVD, three files were created for eg.
  • Image_120918_1121 (1_0)
  • Image_120918_1121 (1_1)
  • Image_120918_1121
Can I still be able to burn the saved image file(s) to a blank DVD and be able to view the contents?  Please help.

Please note I did not look at the file format of the source DVD.

Why can't you?

If the program Roxio Creator DE will save a file as a gi it should burn the gi.

Do you have a application called burn disc image?
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Posted 16 July 2014 - 11:18 PM

You should find what you need from the Main Menu > Copy > Burn Image.

Select .GI from the pulldown if necessary, and pick the first GI file, Image_120918_1121 The other parts (1_0) and (1_1) will be auto-selected as necessary.
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