Any burning package will burn a rar or a zip file. They are just files.Originally posted by Gallstaff@Sep. 17 2002, 8:01 am
they never do, and neither do i. tha'ts not what i want at all. But i figured it out... sort of. I zip all three files into one archive, and burn that. Now: what program can burn rars and zips?
EDIT: woah 1500 posts. that's like a 1 with a five and two zeros next to it.
Only "3 20 meg video clips"? Are you planning to use 74 or 80 minute blanks? If you're just burning 60 meg worth of data, I suggest you dummy your data CD compilation by adding a dummy file (name it "000DUMMY.000" so that it's listed first in alphanumeric order) at the beginning so that your movies are burned onto the outer edge of the CD-R. A more complex way is to create an ISO of your 3 video files, then dummy pad that ISO file to a new ISO file using AutoDummy or DummyAdd.Originally posted by Gallstaff@Sep. 15 2002, 12:07 am
Is it possible for me to burn Say 3 20 meg video clips on a cd without them slurring into one? So when you pop it in the dirve all three show up for your pickin's?
ok i'll do this but one more thing, do I NEED to? Would it come out totally screwed up if i didn't?Originally posted by MasterAkumaMatata@Sep. 19 2002, 3:49 am
- Almost all CD-ROM based drives today are CAV --> faster read speed at outer edge of disc.
- Dummying pushes your movie files to be burned at the outer edge of the disc (advantageous if you're using up like only 10%, i.e. 60 MB out of 650 MB, of a CD-R's total capacity).