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Old 07-23-2007, 11:23 AM   #1
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burning CD and DVD with xcdroast and wodim?

Having dificulty writing to CDs and DVDs with xcdroast, which seems to be a graphical front end for wodim; could I ask some basic questions?

1. Can ylu only have multi-session CDs - you can't do multi-sessions on DVDs?

2. Is it usual for these things to be so balshy and act funny and cock up the CD a lot?

3. May different file types, say ISOxxxx whateveritis and mpeg be mixed on the same CD or DVD? Thanks any help.


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