Is making a copy of a DVD as good quality as burning another original?
I am transfering old video tape onto DVD. When finished, I will have a dozen different DVDs. I want to give copies to my family for Christmas. Burning the first 12 and then making copies seems to be the fastest way to do this. But will I get a be
What I don't know is if iDVD is going to render and compress the project for each additional DVD - thus adding hours of production time. Anyone have a suggestion?
The easiest, and quickest, way to burn multiple copies of a DVD is to save the DVD project as a disk image, and burn that in the required number. No rendering is involved.
Bear in mind that your Superdrive can get hot. Give it a rest, and yourself a coffee, after you have burnt 3 or 4 copies!
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