copying files to DVD or CD

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#1
I was wondering just how smart COPY is about copying files to a DVD or CD.
Normally it has to update the DESCRIPT.ION file on the target, over and over for each file copied.

Ideally TCC should compose copy a precomposed DESCRIPT.ION file to the DVD only once.

Normally you don't want to copy a file more than once or update it on a DVD or CD.

Maybe it should just treat DESCRIPT.ION as an ordinary file and copy it verbatim to the target only once.
 

rconn

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#3
> I was wondering just how smart COPY is about copying files to a DVD or
> CD.
> Normally it has to update the DESCRIPT.ION file on the target, over and
> over for each file copied.
>
> Ideally TCC should compose copy a precomposed DESCRIPT.ION file to the
> DVD only once.
>
> Normally you don't want to copy a file more than once or update it on a
> DVD or CD.
>
> Maybe it should just treat DESCRIPT.ION as an ordinary file and copy it
> verbatim to the target only once.
If you have a CD-RW, that would destroy an existing DESCRIPT.ION.

Rex Conn
JP Software