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Hi Everyone,

I'm new to this site and tried to search for my question before I asked, but couldn't find it offhand.

 

I have burned a number of DVD's and really love the program and have had no problems.

 

My question is:

 

I need to burn 45 copies of a show (way more than I've ever burned at once) and just wondering if the test mode is something that I should really keep on?

 

What do others do when they need to burn so many copies? I am thinking this is just something I am going to have to find other things to do to occupy my time while these are burning which is no problem, but wanted to make sure I am not overdoing it.

 

Thanks for any help. :)

 

Terri Downing

Iowa

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Hi and welcome to the forum, tdowning! :)

 

Test mode is only used if you want to perform a run with all the including writing steps that are normally carried out while burning, except the laser is not turned on so nothing is written to the disc and it's not wasted. So it's nothing that is needed to do on a regular mode, it's just a test.

 

If you want to burn that amount of copies, just change the drop down list to be set to the amount you wish

 

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and start the burning.

 

:)

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Hi and welcome to the forum, tdowning! :)

 

Test mode is only used if you want to perform a run with all the including writing steps that are normally carried out while burning, except the laser is not turned on so nothing is written to the disc and it's not wasted. So it's nothing that is needed to do on a regular mode, it's just a test.

 

If you want to burn that amount of copies, just change the drop down list to be set to the amount you wish

 

mode414.png

 

and start the burning.

 

:)

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If you have multiple drives you can also use the queue feature to spread that project over several drives to burn sequentially and save you from sitting in front of the PC waiting for each burn to complete.

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