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Burning multiple DVDs


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I have a need to burn multiple copies of the same DVD. What is the best way to go about this. The file is currently saved in my computer as AV-DVI, sound has been edited and saved using VideoWave. I have not yet remarried the sound and the video. Should this be done in VideoWave or in MyDVD?

 

I realize there will be a long encoding time, but I am trying to keep from having to go through the long time for every disc. Should I do it as an ISO file and then burn to disc?

 

Thanks for help :)

 

Candace

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I have a need to burn multiple copies of the same DVD. What is the best way to go about this. The file is currently saved in my computer as AV-DVI, sound has been edited and saved using VideoWave. I have not yet remarried the sound and the video. Should this be done in VideoWave or in MyDVD?

 

I realize there will be a long encoding time, but I am trying to keep from having to go through the long time for every disc. Should I do it as an ISO file and then burn to disc?

 

Thanks for help :)

 

Candace

Yes, output to an ISO (Image) file. Then use Disc Copier to burn the image file to the disc's.

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I have a need to burn multiple copies of the same DVD. What is the best way to go about this. The file is currently saved in my computer as AV-DVI, sound has been edited and saved using VideoWave. I have not yet remarried the sound and the video. Should this be done in VideoWave or in MyDVD?

 

I realize there will be a long encoding time, but I am trying to keep from having to go through the long time for every disc. Should I do it as an ISO file and then burn to disc?

 

Thanks for help :)

 

Candace

Most definitely the ISO method is the way to go. You can set the 'Number of Copies' in Disc Copier and let em rip.

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