Multiple disc burning

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  1. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    Anyone know a software or a hardware configuration that can support burning multiple data on multiple disc at once ?
     
  2. TigTex

    TigTex MDL Member

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    As far as I know, you can run multiple instances of your favorite burning software, such as cdburnerxp or imgburn, and use multiple burners without any issue. So if you have 3 dvd burners, open 3 times the burning software and select a different burning drive for each instance.
     
  3. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    I'm using power2go but every time i try something like that burning process gets interrupted and the software won't let me open multiple windows. i will try something else nero or other. imgburn and cdburnerxp are very simple i need something more powerful.
     
  4. atgpud2003

    atgpud2003 MDL Member

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    Or Nero Burning or BlindWrite.
     
  5. Flipp3r

    Flipp3r MDL Expert

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    I used to use Nero Burning Rom. Select all your burners & Burn!
    I haven't used Optical Media in YEARS!
     
  6. Mohammadwasi7861

    Mohammadwasi7861 MDL Novice

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    I would like to suggest use old is gold Nero essential free, this version is enough for your work.
     
  7. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    Very cheap best thing that exists.. why people not using it anymore i don't know.. throw all your crap in to couple of 100 gb blue ray discs or 8 gb dvd dl's and you are good. Not to mention that millennium "m disc" discs are very appealing technology. at least to me.. And if you store your disc's properly they will last 15 or 20 years period with no problems.. i have a couple disc's that i burned 15 years ago on a very cheap discs but at very low speeds and they readable perfectly today and passed all checksums.
     
  8. Flipp3r

    Flipp3r MDL Expert

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    I use a USB3 Key for OS installations & use a NAS for file storage. Sold my massive collection of DVD's - no more clutter! HDD's are cheap these days...
     
  9. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    #11 markokk888, May 10, 2018
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    There is no clutter don't use bulki enclosures.. HDDs are not reliable and can easily fall after 2 years or even after a month of use without any warnings whatever they like in any way.. of course you can use various raid configs and double copies but i use NAS only for files that i work with not for permanent storage. And you can use any HDDs you like regular, server types or whatever.. they can by made from gold.. they all go to s**t at one moment or another.. and you can't denied that. i recently lost a lot of important files because of a hard drive failure the damm thing was a new server type hard drive and the S.M.A.R.T. did not detected any problems what so ever.. so you never know.. Hard disks are old technology i prefer to skip this mechanical nonsense and move straight to ssds and they are pretty cheap but not as hdds or discs.

    And yeah there is degradation and many factors there are toon of s**t that can happen to disc's but from my experiences if you store and take care of a disc properly they will last a long time.. tell this to a hard drive that is spinning for a 24/7 in a NAS station at 7200 rpm with a average of a 60c at heavy load's. with a fans at 100%..
     
  10. gaerher

    gaerher MDL Junior Member

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    I’m still using a bunch of CD-RW discs (of Verbatim, Samsung, LG, TDK brands) coming from the early 2000x. They are in a very good shape.
     
  11. lewcass

    lewcass MDL Senior Member

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    Nero 8 burns the same project to multiple discs at the same time.
     
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  12. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    Thanks for the option there i'm not really desperate to burn multiple disc's at once but a nice feature to have will try nero when i have the time.
     
  13. lewcass

    lewcass MDL Senior Member

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    #15 lewcass, May 12, 2018
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    Caveat, i use nero8.3.20.0, later versions are bloat and had installations problems. There used to be a nero lite version by updatepack.nl but the website seems to have disappeared. It is just the basic burning functions without all the crap the full nero comes with. IF you want the lite version and english language then i think the last version was Nero8.3.20.0_english_lite - 31.4mb. Nero8 Kosher and Lite work well on w7.

    Nero8.3.20.0_english_lite - 31.4mb SHA-1 787059CAB20216175C1A1206397565973E1A9B34
     
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  14. lewcass

    lewcass MDL Senior Member

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    Check oldversion.com,, they have nero full packages, i cant vouch for them because i have never used them before.
     
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  15. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    It's plenty sources you can get stuff from.. i have my own methods. anyway thanks.
    when i have the time i will try nero i never used nero before. Why the full version is bad what is included ?
     
  16. pf100

    pf100 MDL Expert

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    Full version has a lot of added bloatware that has nothing to do with burning discs.
     
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  17. markokk888

    markokk888 MDL Member

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    So that's why probably the popularity dropped out. back in a day nero was the number one to go program. i remember everyone using it around 2006-2010 era. I was the only one with a power2go :D i guess everything i do is a little bit different :D
     
  18. Carlos Detweiller

    Carlos Detweiller MDL Spinning Tortoise

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    I started with Nero 4.0.0.5. Gave up with version 7. It was good in its heyday but was pretty much killed by trying to be a Swiss tool.

    If I burn these days I use ImgBurn, Alcohol 120%, Anyburn or cdrtfe.
     
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