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Is extracting faster?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Kimmi8, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. Kimmi8

    Kimmi8 Member

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    Hi,
    Is extracting a movie (as an iso file) faster than making a disc to disc?
    I have some recorded movies on dvd-rw and would like to copy them on to some better dvd media. So I'm just wondering if one way is faster?

    Thanks!
    Kimmi
     
  2. PacMan777

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    Recording on the fly (disc to disc) is more error prone. A lot of burning software creates a temp file and burns from that. I prefer that or ripping to the hard drive. Whether you use Files or an ISO depends more on the burning software then anything. I always rip and burn in file mode so I can easily access the files if I need to check for an error or want to edit anything. ISO is just a packaging format for the burner. Don't let anyone pull the wool over your eyes about it being a cure all for a lot of problems.
     
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