Does it REALLY matter what you call your DVD?

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#1

Hello,

I’ve seen mentioned on these forums about keeping the name of the DVD you create the same as the one you are copying from.

But does this really matter? I know it has to be in CAPS with no spaces, etc., but when i checked my monsters inc disk it was “Monsters, Inc.” - yep, lower case with a space.

I named my backup “MONSTERS_INC” and it works OK.

Any ideas,

Matthew


#2

I name all mine, UNCLE_JOE.

No, it does not seem to matter what you name them.


#3

I’ve never named my DVD’s. I just leave the label entry at whatever RNM sets it to.


#4

Sometimes (when I think of it) I name them other times I forget.

It’s never made any difference AFAIK.


#5

Originally posted by markbrown
I name all mine, UNCLE_JOE.
No, it does not seem to matter what you name them.

Yeah, well, “He’s a’ movin’ kinda slow…” <g>

Actually, there is at least one reason to, and one not to.
I enter an 8-letter caps abbreviation of the title on copies so that the UI of a mega-changer can read/aphabetize/etc from the disk scan.
Were it not for that consideration, a ‘OneLabelAll’ approach would help when opting for a linked D2O/C2DVD auto-burn.