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Files to save to reburn DVD's later

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dvdcr8r, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. dvdcr8r

    dvdcr8r Member

    Feb 2, 2003
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    I'm using Sony MovieShaker and Sonic DVDIT. I've created a project and burned 3 DVD-R's from it. I want to be able to create more DVD's in the future from this project, but all the files associated with this project are taking up most of my 60 Gb 'D' drive. How do I do this? Can I just make a copy of one of the DVD-R's (I haven't gotten this to work)? Which parts of the project can I safely delete? Are there other off line storeage strategies I could use?

  2. FSU33

    FSU33 Guest

    The easiest thing to do would be to just delete all the images or files associated with your dvd projects on your harddrive. When you want to make another backup of a dvd you created just use DVD decrypter to create an image and burn with nero or something. Since you already have the working dvd there is no need to go through any stripping or encoding processes.

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