I heard sometime ago that some standalone DVD video recorders can manipulate with recorded files on rw discs in a way that they delete unwanted files and use the space they occupied to record something else. I want to make backups of programs and documents on +rw. Is there a way to replace old versions of files on previous session with new versions?
In nero when I delete old document versions from compilation window and add new versions, I don’t recover space that old versions occupied. That is probably because they still exist on disc and only reference to them is deleted, right? I need a way to make nero delete old files and recover space to record new, just like on a hard drive. Can this be done without packet-writing programs, because I heard that they can make a mess in system? I have nec 2500a and Nero 6.x.
Thanks in advance.