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Any good CDR's with overburn capacity to 85 min.?

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by piano632, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. piano632

    piano632 Regular member

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    Are there any good quality 80 min. CD-R discs out there that will overburn to 85 min.? I don't want to use 90-99 min. discs nor cheap junk discs. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
     
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    hi

    where do you live? i kbow a disc that can do 82/83 ?

    Thx...
     
  3. piano632

    piano632 Regular member

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    I'm in U.S.A., but 82/83 min. wouldn't be enough. I need 84 min. plus leadout time. I'm just trying to avoid using 2 discs just for the 4 min. overtime.
     
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    if your burning a normal AVI file onto a CD then i'll recommend u jus burn as a data format CD this will eliminate the use of minutes in determining the capacity and use the actual size in MB of the file.
     
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    IMRANmel Regular member

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    if u have encoded and want to burn the file as a video CD or SVCD then i would recommend u use VIRTUAL DUB in cutting out the end cast and tedious beginning to save a few minz
     
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    or just simply use 90 minz disc but make sure ur writer can handle them
     

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