Burning IMG file to DVD

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mackem28

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Could someone please offer guidance on converting an IMG file to a format which can be burned to DVD.

I have tried using Nero and it doesn't like the file format and I have tried using Alcohol 120 but it flashes messages about RAW data, offers to have a try and then returns errors during the the burn.

Straightforward writing from HD or converting from B&C files are no problem. To date it's just the bare IMG files which have me stumped.

Thanks in hope and ignorance.
 

JohnWill

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Where did the IMG file come from? Are you sure of the format of the file?
 
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IMG = ADEX Corporation ChromaGraph graphics cards : Bitmap graphics : 4bit or 8bit
IMG = Alias Research, Vivid ray-tracer : Bitmap graphics (24bit RLE)
IMG = ArcView : ERDAS Imagine image file
IMG = Bitmap Graphic (several programs)
IMG = CloneCd Related File
IMG = Disk Copy, ShrinkWrap : Disk Image
IMG = Erdas Imagine MIS Picture Format
IMG = Image Whatnot Picture Format
IMG = Old or New style Gem Format
IMG = Planetary Data System image format
IMG = Radiance Picture Format
IMG = Starbase Picture Format
IMG = Ventura Publisher : Bitmap graphics VDI image format
http://www.file-ext.com/i.html
You should be able to write it to data disk so what are you trying to burn the disk as?
 
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