Automatic splitting files over several CDs

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#1

Hi guys!

When writing lot of files over heap of CDs it’s very useful writing soft knows how to split automatically files over CDs.

WinOnCD have DiskSpan technology to do that, but :sad: not ideal for me. It’s suitable for CD-RW not for CD-R

Nero doesn’t know that :sad:
Do U know anymore soft that can do that?


#2

Maybe a program called Ignition is what your after.
See Here


#3

Ignition + CopyToDVD might help you.

http://www.kcsoftwares.com/?ignition

Kyle


#4

Originally posted by Kyle_Katarn
[B]Ignition + CopyToDVD might help you.

Kyle [/B]

Dear Kyle, i’v just tried Your program… I don’t know, may be You are personally good guy, but Ignition looks VERY user unfriendly.

Please, solve the folowing task: Split 77 certain directories over CD’s ok ?

FOR EVERY directoryI need to open dialog for adding one and going directory trees :confused:

And I can’t understand also why Ignition says File|group is bigger, than media (I’ve selected 700Mb disk and added 6G)?
Yes of course i know that ! It’s bigger :iagree:

Moreover if i press button concerning mediatype DataCD|DVD or Audio CD the files added before LOST :confused:


#5

I’ll try to make my software more user friendly in its next release… sorry.

If your directory is bigger that the media size (which is “normal”) click on it in the tree and then press “ungroup”. Then re-try to optimize…


#6

Originally posted by Kyle_Katarn
[B]I’ll try to make my software more user friendly in its next release… sorry.

If your directory is bigger that the media size (which is “normal”) click on it in the tree and then press “ungroup”. Then re-try to optimize… [/B]

Thank You very much!

And i have one more important question.
WinOnCD is not proper for me from one thing: they optimize spanning FILES but i do need spanning DIRECTORIES, so one directory will not be spanned over several disks? but always will be on one disk.

Will Ignition know to do that ?


#7

yes


#8

Originally posted by Kyle_Katarn
yes

when?


#9

In fact if you use the ungroup command, you can already do that.


#10

Originally posted by Kyle_Katarn
In fact if you use the ungroup command, you can already do that.

ÎÊ, but what’s about more suitable adding directories allowing multiselect ?!


#11

I’ll do. Great idea, thx