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Nero "Multi session"??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bobd2994, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. bobd2994

    bobd2994 Member

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    Apparently adding video to a disc (only data multi session) can't be done over a period of time, or a session is limited to one burn then closes the disc. I thought the beauty of making a DVD is being able to add home movies/clips etc. to a disc. I'm not sure of my information on the subject is even accurate. I've contacted support , but no reply. Are most DVD software like that?
     
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    Use RWs, it's safer and more convenient.
     
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    Your saying you can use RW's for multi session adding ?
     
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    To the best of my knowledge, you can always add to a RW disk. I would never use a +R or -R disk unless I wanted to archive a copy of the completed RW disk. Maybe that's just me.
     
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    Thank you...my first DVD :)
     
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    May I inquire as to more precisely what you're trying to do. Are you trying to backup DVDs or what?
     
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    Just creating video that I edit with movie maker from screen capture of VHS, TV, etc. Then burn in a DVD format.
     

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