We use DirectCD to archive all of our meetings. DirectCD hasn’t been a problem, but making a master and replicating it is. I need to create 300 formatted disks every year, so formatting disks one-by-one is starting to get tedious. It appears that all of the duplicators sold are egeneered to be “smart” in checking the CD… I want just the opposite… I just want the duplicator to blindly read and write without trying to “fix” anything… I’d like it to be completely “stupid”, just write a 1 where it needs to be… Does anyone know of a way around this? Can I use special software to tell the duplicator to write packet written disks?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. The recording software we use is FTR Gold and it relies on DirectCD to archive to the CD, so using another proccess (outside DirectCD) isn’t an option.