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Multi Session Disc


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I have several digital cameras and each time a memory stick in a camera is filled up I move the pictures into a folder in Windows then burn that folder to a disc for that particular camera. This has worked well with CD's but now that the files are so big I'm doing it to DVD -R's. I had no problem on an old computer but I've upgraded the computer and software to Easy Media Creator 10. I've gotten conflicing information from tec support and FAQ's on how this is done and even if it can be done. I believe it's called a multi session disc. Multi session because each time I have a new folder of pictuers I need to add it to that particular disc until the disc is full. This might take four or five sessions (one folder for each session) over a period of weeks or months. Hope this is clear. Is it doable? Is it relatively simple? thanks for your suggestitons and help.

 

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Three ways to do this!

 

Vista - just put in the disc and use Explorer to copy the folders to it. Same as XP Burning only Vista will burn DVD's as well.

 

From the Roxio Home program, Data – Data Disc.

 

Set Options for the CD or DVD you are using.

 

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Creator Classic: After you click Burn, make sure the Burn Option does not have a check mark by Read Only.

 

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For subsequent writes the settings should always be chcked. You will also have to load the existing data from your disc into the Project.

 

In Data Disc there is a Load Disc button. (It doesn't work on mine, but I can load them manually)

 

In Classic it is an Icon above the Data Disc Project pane that becomes active when a disc is inserted.

 

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