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in dvd decrypter whats burn proof mean?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by bigair, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. bigair

    bigair Guest

    I just dl dvd decrypter, and when i go to ISO write, theres a box checked off that says burn proof. does this mean that i cant make other copies of the dvd? thanks
     
  2. bzboarder

    bzboarder Guest

    burn proof is actually BURN-Proof which is an acronym for Buffer Under RuN Proof. basically it helps to prevent buffer under run errors, it has nothing to do with not being able to recopy the DVD. your DVD burner needs to be able to support BURN-Proof to use it, most these day do. if you want more information check out the official BURN-Proof site: http://www.burn-proof.com
     
  3. Balaam

    Balaam Regular member

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    All it means is that even if both buffers fall to zero while burning a dvd, it will not effect the success of the burn.
     

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