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Toast Titanium 7 (sequential burning question)


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ok hopefully ill get an answer. im trying to burn some cd-rs sequentially but am having problems. i use toast titanium and see that there is an option on the website that shows you something like "15gb spanning about 4 discs" but i dont see how to do that in the actual program.

maybe there is another option.

i have say a folder of 3GB of images that i want to burn onto some blank cds. there has got to be an easy way to simply select what a want to burn and back up the files on however many cds it takes.

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Have not used Toast, but am interested in if that works. I would be nice to be able to save a "job" to a series of disks regardless of the size. Currently I just pick 4gb of images at a time to throw onto a disk.

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Anyone here use the Toast program?

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From what I have seen, just place all of your data in to the burn window. The program will automatically ask for another CD/DVD if needed. You can see this if you do a simulation burn.

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Thanks rman, will have to check the program out. Perhaps they have a free trial period.

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