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using mutiple burners

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by hens10, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. hens10

    hens10 Member

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    hey
    is it possible to use 2 burners so as one burner is decrypting a dvd the other is burning the decrypted files onto a blank disc? any help would be wicked! cheers
     
  2. rbrock

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    Wow you need one Super hot rod PC to do this with no errors you might do it, but it would just make a lot of coasters, just get another Pc I run 4 in my house . How big is your cpu. ?
     
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    Yes it is, I do it with a PIV, 1.9 GHz, 1 Gig or Ram, running Any DVD and Clone DVD2 on each burner. (Don't do it very often, just before trips in the Mini van and the kids have misplaced to other copies of their movies, I don't let the originals anywhere near that dvd eating monster.
     
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    Thats good to know I never multi task when I burn, I'll try it too I've got 3 gig cpu 1 gig ram and 2 burners
     
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    I forgot to mention that Nero will allow you to burn multiple copies at once, good if you are duplicating home mpvies for relatives and need to crank out 10 at a time. Save the original file as an .ISO file, then use the multiple burn mode to generate several at once.
     
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    You learn something everyday, Thanks for the info
     
  7. hens10

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    cheers for the help i only make 1 copy at time usually.
    would be cool if it was easy to do i wouldnt need all taht free space on m hdd
     

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