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Steps For Incremental Disk Burning



What are the steps for formatting a Blu-ray disc for dynamic writing to do incremental data burning in Toast 11? Do you have to do this once only, or every time you add a session?

When you choose "Write Session" for incremental data burning of a CD, do you have to choose it once, or every time you add a session?

You would need a rewritable CD for "Write Session?"


I have requested the 146 page Toast 11 PDF be sent to me from Derek Dean. As of now I have no internet at home. Hope that fills in with this basic information.


Thank You so much for the help,


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You don't need to be online to open the Toast Help document. Dynamic writing is nothing like writing sessions. It is like the BD-RE disc is a small hard drive on the desktop. The following is page 64 from Toast Help's user guide:


Toast Dynamic Writing allows you to use a Blu-ray Rewritable disc (BD-RE) like any other removable storage device (such as an external hard disk drive or a USB flash drive). You can simply drag-and-drop files to the disc icon on the Desktop to record them, or drag files from the disc to delete them.


To record to BD-RE media with Toast Dynamic Writing:

1 Launch Toast.

2 Insert a blank BD-RE disc into your Blu-ray recorder.

3 Choose Recorder > Format Blu-ray Disc for Dynamic Writing.

Toast prompts you to format the disc.

Note: Any data on the disc will be lost.

4 Click on the Format button to proceed.

When formatting is complete, a Blu-ray disc icon appears on the Desktop.

5 To record files and folders to the disc, drag them to the disc icon.

6 To erase files and folders from the disc, drag them from the disc to the Trash.

Note: You can eject the disc and add more data to it at a later time.

Tip: Once you have formatted the disc, you can burn data using Toast Dynamic Writing even when Toast is not running.

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