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I'm trying to burn an image file using the command-line, but I can't find documentation for the --burn-iso switch


When I input the command, for example:

cdbxpcmd --burn-iso:"c:\temp\image.iso"


the program just returns a list of my DVD-RW drives. When I try to add -device:0 it just lists my drives. When I try to add other arguments from --burn-data such as -dao, or -speed it just lists my drives.


Can someone please help me to get the syntax correct? Thanks.


PS - I am actually hoping it will do this with a CUE sheet, but I have defaulted to testing with an ISO and the result is the same no matter which file I use.

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