I have never encountered this issue, though I Burn to Folder, and not as an ISO. I just set the number of DVD's and swap out the discs, when done. Goes like clockwork for me.
Do not have any idea why it's not for you. Do you get any error messages, or warnings?
Good luck, and wish that I had more,
I'm stumped too, Kid. ImgBurn should just burn your VIDEO_TS folder to a disc.
Is it not doing that?
OK, I got thru that and appreciate your help. Now trying to burn another project I get this message "Device Error--the target device isn't suitable for use". I get this msg whether I try to burn to a folder or to a DVD. Any advice as to what's going on? I am using Adobe Premier Elements 8.
This could be due to several things going on.
Could be that you do not have enough defragmented free space on the HDD for both the VIDEO_TS (or ISO) and the very large working files that PrE needs to create.
Could be that something like Windows Indexing is "locking" the files needed, while it indexes - turn this OFF.
Could be that some other software has hooked the drive/burner (not likely with Burn to Folder)
Could be an HDD formatted FAT-32 and not NTSF
Could be something that I am not coming up with right now?