[QUOTE=Albert;2752555]The NeroAPI PDFsays you cannot finalize DVD±RW discs; you can only close sessions. [/QUOTE]
So if i remove --close_session my DWD-RW will be open?
But for DVD±R (write once) media, you can finalize the disc.
For DVD-RW & DVD-R I’ll have to use different settings?
If you just want to prevent writing, you can try to use
to fill the disc completely. This does not lock the disc, but it might help.
I did a test record. Text Document - 1 kb. When recording the following parameters:
–write --drivename d --dvd --use_allspace --real --import --iso DVD --verify --recursive --no_user_interaction --disable_eject --no_error_log
For the new DVD
–write --drivename d --dvd --use_allspace --real --iso DVD --verify --recursive --no_user_interaction --disable_eject --no_error_log
As I understand it, the idea was to fill the entire surface of the DVD, so that when you next record attempt was a mistake such as “disk full” or “not enough disk space”
Obviously this solution is not suitable if the record goes a small amount of data. I’m guessing that this solution works since what is the minimum volume, for example 1GB, because i can not imagine how the 1 kb file will be spread out over 4.7 GB.
With the ISO has not yet been tried. soon answer