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How I change burning speed in nero startsmart?

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  1. mcbruja

    mcbruja Member

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    Hi gurus,
    I got Verbatim 1-16x MIT dvd,s
    but when I'm burning it shows
    "burning at 16x"
    I want to burn only at 4x

    How could I change the burning speed?

    I'm using DVD shrink, DVD43 on the background and Nero to burn
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    In shrink you'll change the burn speed after you click back up. It's under the burn settings tab.
     
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    Binkie7,
    I got following options

    Maximun
    1.0x (1,385.0 kbps)
    2.0x (2,770.0 kbps)
    2.4x (3,324.0 kbps)

    I'll say the last one, right?
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    If you only have the one drive to read and write then you'll have to go with the 2.4. Otherwise use one drive to read and put a blank in the burner. It will then give you the supported speeds of that disc and you can pick 4x. Or you can use decrypter to burn - just pick that opinion in shrink under backup target - burn w/ decrypter. You'll just need to have decrypter open and can pick 4x in decrypter.
     
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    Hi,
    It is OK to burn at 2.4X ?
    Or better at 4X
    thanks
     
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    binkie7 Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes it's fine to burn at 2.4x - will just take a little bit longer -not much. The slower the burn speed the less chance you have for errors.
     

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