DVD+RW multisession burning (deleting/replacing files)

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#1

Hello,
this format of DVD allows to erase the content of a disk partially without rewriting an entire disk (and to replace old files with new ones). How is it done with Nero?

Thank you.


#2

This process you are talking about is not for DVD+/-R rather for DVD+/-RW and for that you can use Nero INCD as a pocket writing. In that process the DVD+/-RW become just like “Floppy Disk” you can drag and drop or copy and paste into it.


#3

Yes, I’m speaking namely about RW, but you see, I have once managed to refresh a compilation and delete the files, I don’t need, without rewriting the disk (the problem is, I can’t remember the exact procedure of doing this :)) Now I wonder whether it’s possible to somehow overwrite the files while making a new compilation. InCD, if I’m not mistaken, works with Mt. Rainier, my LG 4167B doesn’t support this feature though.


#4

Perhaps you are thinking about DVD+VR? Otherwise I do not think it is possible with multi-session as deleted files continue to occupy space but are simply not included in a new index. So yeah, packet writing is the way to do what you want but as said your drive does not support MRW so it is not recommended as it will rely solely upon software with no hardware defect management. In which case, I strongly recommend using DVD-RAM instead.


#5

You can accomplish this in Nero by using the Start Multisession option on the Multisession tab when you first burn the DVD+RW or DVD-RW.

The next time you want to add something to it, you select the Continue Multisession option and then you can perform a Refresh Compilation from the File menu.

If you delete something from the disc when adding a later session, that space will not be reclaimed on the disc. If you really want to reclaim space, you need to erase the disc and start a new (multisession) project.

It depends on whether the disc was originally burned as a multisession disc.

InCD can work with or without Mt. Rainier support.


#6

I don’t know if someone tried or faced it … !

I burned 20 video(.avi) files in a dvd with nero-ISO9960+Joliet naming convention.

One of the file was having more then 31 Char.s. And i ignored the warning when nero said so.

Now I can see my Data only with ISO-Buster(software). is there any short-trick to resolve it, as It a “MultiSession-Burn”.