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Old 2005-03-25, 05:40 PM
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Re: Burning DVD on a Mac

i found this info on the page that lynne linked to right above your post:

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If you have an .iso file that you wish to burn to DVD-R using Toast 5*

1. Open Toast
2. Go to the Other tab and select Disc Image
3. Drag the .iso file into the window
4. Put a blank CD-R in your drive
5. Then hit record
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Old 2005-03-25, 07:58 PM
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Re: Burning DVD on a Mac

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the above faq didn't say how I could with just the included software on my mac.
I don't have toast.
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Old 2005-03-25, 09:09 PM
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Re: Burning DVD on a Mac

Use disk utility. It is in applications/utilities.

Make sure the image is not mounted.
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Old 2005-03-25, 09:23 PM
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Re: Burning DVD on a Mac

Clint, my page does say how to do it, but it includes the step to make the iso file. As stated right above me, just use Disk Utility.
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Old 2005-03-27, 10:43 PM
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Re: PS2 Burned DVD Issues

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for the coast to ship a ps2 insured you could go buy the $34 dvd player at walmart that plays everything and not have to wait

here are some self fix tips
http://www.ultimateconsoleguides.com/playstation_2.htm
Gave up on ever getting my ps2 updated and followed your advice.

my new cyberhome dvd player is sweeeeeeeeeet (until a week from now when it breaks down)
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Old 2005-04-02, 02:29 PM
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DVD Burning Speeds

Are there safer speeds to burn dvd's like there are for audio cd's?? For Audio discs I have been told to never burn over 16X to preserve quality, life of disc, etc. Does anyone know if anything along these lines pertains to dvds as well?

Thanks!
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Old 2005-04-02, 06:52 PM
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Re: DVD Burning Speeds

i generally burn my archive DVDs or DVDs for a trade at 1x. for a DVD i'm burning just to watch, i burn at 4x (as fast as my burner will go). obviously for a DVD-video disc i'm burning to watch, i'm not too worried about any errors since i have an archive disc.
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Old 2005-04-02, 11:04 PM
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Re: DVD Burning Speeds

Thanks for the info. Anyone know if there are noted problems (errors, life, etc?) with burning dvd's at faster speeds? I've been burning at 8X. Am I comprimising anything?
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Old 2005-04-03, 01:49 AM
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Re: DVD Burning Speeds

i'm not positive on this, but i'd imagine it's closely related to CDRs at higher speeds... all sorts of techie info on pits, valleys, yada yada. there are plenty of articles on that topic. (google time)
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Old 2005-04-04, 07:09 PM
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Nero Demo Expired, now what

In need of another DVD burning utility or a way to re-demo Nero. Thanks-
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Old 2005-04-04, 07:32 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

I like to reformat my hard drive when demo software expires.

You could always pay for it and get the full license. A demo is just that; a demo to see if you like the app and then you pay for it if you do like it.
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

try dvdrhelp.com
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Old 2005-04-04, 10:53 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

or CDFREAKS.COM
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Old 2005-04-05, 04:01 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

try buying it, doesnt cost that much or you could go onto the one of those swedish warez hubs and take your chances there....
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Old 2005-04-05, 05:08 PM
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Re: Nero Demo Expired, now what

Use DVDCrypter and DVD Shrink for your DVD's and use Burn At Once for CD's
and BAO recognizes DVD drives , too , for data burns , at least , all of which does not do some of the stuff Nero can do , but they're free and they've never burned a coaster on me yet in 3-5 months....

And nobody will imply you're cheap , they'll know you are .....

but they can't truly call you a thief......

p.s. didn't your burner come with software ?
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