Is it true that if you create a multisession cd/dvd, that it can't be read by a dvdrom/cdrom player until it is closed?!
Then what's the point of creating a multisession disc. My idea was to start a multisession disc so that I can always add files to it later if I want, but meanwhile I would ofcourse like to be able to use that disc as cdrom to read files from it, copy/paste files from it to harddisk, etc.. isn't that possible unless you first close the disc (but then you can't add anything to it anymore)?!
Or is this perhaps only true for "older" cdrom/dvdrom players and can newer models read "unclosed" multisession discs like normal cdrom discs, including allowing you to copy/paste files from it etc..
Anybody could please clarify this cause the Nero 5.5 helpfile I have doesn't say much about this! I would buy Nero 6 if that makes a difference.
Thanks for the info!