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Burning - Mac Only Or Mac & Pc. Anything Lost?


lyman_deliguori

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Greetings!

 

I am using a Mac (G5, OS-X 10.5) and when burning .JPG's, et al, to CD or DVD I would prefer to use "Mac And PC" but I am wondering if anything is lost (i.e., Metadata) during this process since these were created natively on the Mac with Photoshop CS2.

 

Any thoughts on this? It's important because I need to send these CD's and DVD's to customers that use both Mac and PC's.

 

Thanks!

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I think the main difference is that with Mac Only discs you have access to cool features like disc spanning, custom icons, and background images.

 

If you are concerned about the integrity of the jpeg files themselves, use the Compare function built into Toast (it's under Utilities) and compare the original file on your HD against the one burned on the CD. Hopefully they will be identical.

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I think the main difference is that with Mac Only discs you have access to cool features like disc spanning, custom icons, and background images.

 

If you are concerned about the integrity of the jpeg files themselves, use the Compare function built into Toast (it's under Utilities) and compare the original file on your HD against the one burned on the CD. Hopefully they will be identical.

 

Thank you! It is the integrity that I am concerned with. If I had my druthers I'd stick with Mac Only but again, these are being sent out to both Mac and PC Users. Again, thank you!

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