ImgBurn is a lightweight CD/DVD/HD-DVD/Blu-ray burning application that you should never miss for DVD/Blu-ray backup… and it’s free! A small regret is that ImgBurn is Windows only. So Mac users have to run Windows OS on Mac in order to use it.
ImgBurn has several modes, each for performing a different task: Read – read a disc to an image file; Build – creates an image file from files on your computer or network (you also can write the files directly to a disc); Write – write an image file to a disc; Verify – ensure that a disc is 100% readable; and Discovery – used in combination with DVDInfoPro, you can check the quality of the burns your drive is producing.
Software Availability: ImgBurn v2.5 Download Link
How to burn a Blu-ray ISO copy with ImgBurn
ImgBurn does not read commercial Blu-ray Discs (as they are copy-protected) so you have to get a Blu-ray ripper software to copy Blu-ray to BDMV folder first. I haven’t found out a free Blu-ray ripper app, but most shareware offer Blu-ray Ripper trials. To copy Blu-ray to BDMV you can have a try with Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper trial.
1. Load BDMV and CERTIFICATE Folder to Imgburn.
Once a Blu-ray is cracked and copied onto HDD you’ll get a BDMV and a CERTIFICATE directory. Run Imgburn, choose ‘Create Image from Files & Folders’.
Drag and drop the BDMV and CERTIFICATE Folder along with any extra files that in your root folder outside of those two folders. Then choose the destination where you want it to build the ISO.
2. Create blu-ray ISO image file using the source blu-ray contents.
In Imgburn on the ‘Options’ tab set to UDF and 2.5. On the ‘Labels’ tab type the name of the film in the UDF box. And then click the ‘Folder to Disc’ icon to set it going.
[Application] ImgBurn Official Site
[Application] Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper Official Site
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