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In DVD Builder - Burn Setup, what exactly does the option "Save original images to disc" mean? I could not find an answer to this question using the built in help feature. My instinct is to say "of course I want the images on the disc." But, what happens if I don't check this box? Will images not be saved on my disc?

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In DVD Builder - Burn Setup, what exactly does the option "Save original images to disc" mean? I could not find an answer to this question using the built in help feature. My instinct is to say "of course I want the images on the disc." But, what happens if I don't check this box? Will images not be saved on my disc?

 

 

This function copie sthe image to teh disk. You can then preview it before burning it. You want to do this. If you preview and there is a problem, you can fix it before making a coaster (Bad disc). If it i sgood in Disc Copier, you can burn that file to the DVD. It's a risk mitigation step

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In DVD Builder - Burn Setup, what exactly does the option "Save original images to disc" mean? I could not find an answer to this question using the built in help feature. My instinct is to say "of course I want the images on the disc." But, what happens if I don't check this box? Will images not be saved on my disc?

 

It means that if you have pictures on the DVD, the original files will be saved to the disk(DVD/CD).

 

When you have pictures in a DVD Builder production, they will be processed into the movie. That means that your original resolution of the pictures will be lost.

 

However, if you put the original images onto the DVD/CD, they will obviously take up space.

 

I'd suggest that you burn the pictures to a DATA DVD or a CD and leave the space on the other disk for the movie. ( Use R, not RW media)

 

Of course, if you're using only video, checking the box will have no effect since there are no pictures in the production.

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