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Burning Data to DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bonitah, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. bonitah

    bonitah Member

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    Is it a good idea to burn stuff other than movies to dvds...like say any thing you might want to save...like image files or zip files...

    I want to do some "spring cleaning" in my hard drive and I am just wondering if I should use dvds to back up or cds... any opinions??

    Also, has anyone had good luck with burning Audio DVD's ..
     
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  2. bilbo65

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    Highly recommended!!! An excellent medium for "backups".
     
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    I agree. 1 DVD can hold about 6 CD's worth of data and now they cost just about the same, so it makes sense.

    I tried burning a DVDR full of MP3s once and it didn't play in anything. The only thing I could do was get the data off onto a computer. Never tried like audio CD tracks on a DVDR though.
     

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