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    Question Verifying. What is it?
    Is it necessary to verify a DVD being copied on Toast? It gives an option to verify or eject. It adds another 20 minutes to the process. And what is verifying? Thanks.

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    verifying checks the temp dvd file on the computer with the dvd file on the dvd to make sure they are exactly the same. You don't really need to do this if you will be trying out the dvd in a player or another computer
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