If so I'd update Toast. And then compare it to this list from digitalFAQ. I had to leave my computer there for a half day.
To anyone following this: I went to the store and saw Verbatim DL media, which was rated as 2X. Burned perfectly.
Should I use DVD+R or DVD-R for MacBook Pro?
Problem solved, thanks! I'm not Superwoman. Help me get real!
It will then pass that converted video to ImgBurn to burn it to a disc. Choose the video file you want to burn to a disc. DVD Flick supports a huge number of video and audio formats and containers. You can also choose the speed at which you want to burn your DVD. To change these, click Menu Settings.
A window will appear letting you know the project will be burned to a disc once the conversion is complete. Click Ok. In the window that pops up, choose the movie you want to burn and click Open. Klaus1 Klaus1. In case you want to know more about why: More information on DVD-R v. Glad I could help.
Burning DVDs with Apple's SuperDrive
F Shippey F Shippey. You don't say how you plan to duplicate your master disc.
If you plan on having a third party company make the dups, I suggest you ask them which media they prefer and recommend. If you plan on making the dups yourself, create a disk image file out of iDVD an option under FILE and make your burns using the disk image file. Note that the disk image is independent of the media type you plan on using. Ziatron Ziatron.
Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: They are made in Japan. Beverly Maneatis Beverly Maneatis. Desktops Speciality level out of ten: There is no quality difference in terms of how the picture will look. Exactly which white papers have you read to back up the assertion that plus media has better archival properties? IMO, nothing you burn on your mac will compare to commercially pressed media short of using archival gold media and perhaps not even then. Robert Wilkins2 Robert Wilkins2. Verbatim is a great brand I never said that I referred to ANY "white paper".
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I am primarily relying on my own experience and testing. My apologies for the length, I tried to edit it down. The time to read a pre-pit is 1T roughly. DVD-R traded hard to track frequency changes for hard to read wobble-encoded data.