If you have any virtual drives running (from Alcohol or Daemon Tools) then make sure that they aren't selected by mistake. Now all that is left is to select your Write Speed.
Test Mode will test to see if it will burn properly, if you are a little low on media this might be a useful option to select. Make sure you don't pick an option that is faster than your media is capable of.
You have the option once again to select Verify after write.
There is also the option to delete the original ISO when finished and the option to have your computer automatically shutdown when the process is finished. The time the burning process will take depends on your computer, burn speed and DVD burner but in most cases it shouldn't take too long.
There is good news though, Lightning_UK, the developer of DVD Decrypter, now provides and constantly updates Img Burn, which picks up where DVD Decrypter left off and offers much better burning options.
We have a perfectly fine guide for burning folders (including DVD) with Img Burn.
Now it should fill in in the source field and some information on its label and overall size will appear under source.
Now you have to select your DVD writer (Destination).Then simply clicking Generate Iso will begin the building process.While this sounds like an extremely easy task, you have to remember that simply selecting the folder that contains the DVD files (.vob, .ifo, etc...) WILL NOT WORK!!Now click the Select Output button and browse to a folder to save the file. When you click the Generate ISO button, it will begin the process immediately.It will not ask you to confirm beforehand so make sure that your settings are OK.We strongly recommend you follow the Img Burn guide instead of this guide.