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Dvd Copier Or Burning Multiple Dvd's


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I have owned 9 for over a year know and have never been able to copy or burn more than one disk at a time. I make videos for differant occassions and sometimes need to make multipl copies since upgrading to 9 i cant burn but one disk at a time. I used to be able to put in how many copies I needed and then just waited for it to say insert next disc and it would burn as many as needed. Thanks for any help in advance. Oh i have windows xp.

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I have owned 9 for over a year know and have never been able to copy or burn more than one disk at a time. I make videos for differant occassions and sometimes need to make multipl copies since upgrading to 9 i cant burn but one disk at a time. I used to be able to put in how many copies I needed and then just waited for it to say insert next disc and it would burn as many as needed. Thanks for any help in advance. Oh i have windows xp.

 

I believe that that is a glitch, in EMC 9, that was never fixed. It works right in EMC 10.

 

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Somewhere in this forum is an explanation of what you are experiencing. I was unable to find the post. From memory: Apparently there is a technical glitch in EMC 9 that does not allow for copying multiple discs on the initial burn.

 

The solution is to when making the first burn also make a copy of the file as an ISO file. (An ISO file is an exact image duplicate of your original file) Save it to a folder of your choosing. After the initial burn and you want more copies go to My Documents. Click on the folder where the ISO file is located. Right click on the file and choose Burn to Disc Copier from the drop down box. Disc Copier will open and will be able to make multiple copies without having to reread the original file.

 

Perhaps some of the Gurus can direct you to the earlier post I am referring to.

 

I also have EMC 9 and am not able to make mulitple copies directly.

 

Willard M

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Yes. That is true. The workaround would be to save the initial copy as .ISO and use the saved .ISO file to burn multiple copies as Williard M directed.

 

Well I believe I have tried that...I always burn it to the folder that I have bulit the movie in as an iso file. Then I open up copier and try to make several copies and that was unsuccessful..I do have another movie that I havent burnt and I will try that...I guess I could purchase the new 10 but other than copying more disk what is its advantages...

 

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Well I believe I have tried that...I always burn it to the folder that I have bulit the movie in as an iso file. Then I open up copier and try to make several copies and that was unsuccessful..I do have another movie that I havent burnt and I will try that...I guess I could purchase the new 10 but other than copying more disk what is its advantages...

Make ISO

 

Open Creator Classic

 

File – Burn from Disc Image file

 

Click Burn

 

Select the number of copies you want to make…

 

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