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I have a family DVD project to put together, then make 20 copies. I have two DVD burners on my system.

 

Would it be faster to burn all 20 copies from the original Toast file, or burn one, then make copies with the copy feature?

 

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Choose Save as Disc Image and then burn all the copies from the .toast image file using the Image File setting in the Copy window. I'm pretty sure you can only burn to one drive from one launched copy of Toast. If you want to burn to both drives at the same time you need to have a different licensed copy of Toast assigned to burning to the other drive. Or you could duplicate the .toast file and change the extension from .toast to .iso and burn to the other drive using Disk Utility.

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Thanks!

 

I'll try the disc image then copy. Toast 11 Pro does allow me to burn to two drives, I don't know if the copy feature will.

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