[at-l] DVD copying (Was RE: "Sticking To It")

nightwalker.at at gmail.com nightwalker.at at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 17:31:29 CST 2010


ISO is a track-for-track, bit-for-bit copy of a DVD. I am guessing that you know the rest of them.

I keep forgetting that even though all hikers are a bit geeky, not all of them transfer it over to the computer world. (Kraftwurk, right?)

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Hudson <mvhudson at gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 6:02 PM
To: nightwalker.at at gmail.com <nightwalker.at at gmail.com>
Cc: at-l <at-l at backcountry.net>
Subject: Re: DVD copying (Was RE: "Sticking To It")

Yeah,... I'll pretend I understand all those acronyms :-)
Downloaded Imageburn at work and ran two copies perfectly.
My drive at home is also a PITA with straight CD's... it will run one, two if you're lucky, and then you start making coasters unless you reboot.

skeeter

On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 5:46 PM, nightwalker.at at gmail.com <nightwalker.at at gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Jan 3, 2010 at 7:26 PM, Mark Hudson <mvhudson at gmail.com> wrote:
 Not sure what's up with mine. I rebooted and still couldn't get a second copy. All I'm doing here at home is wasting discs...
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 In my experience, the fastest and most reliable way to make either original or copy DVDs is via the use of an ISO file. I use ISO Recorder V2 as a Windows XP Power Toy to create the ISO, and ISO Image Burner to turn the ISO file into a DVD. When I try to make DVDs on XP without going the ISO route, I usually end up wih shiny coasters.

http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/
http://www.isoimageburner.com/




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