Hi Everyone. Thanks to an earlier reply on a related topic, I’m looking to preserve some mpegs I’ve previously made into VCD’s. Now I’m looking to preserve the mpegs onto a standard data CD. Most of my mpegs are around 21-23 mins long, so I would like to try & fit 4 onto a CD-R, however I’m clueless about overburning!
(about 84-92 mins, per disc)
I’m using Nero 188.8.131.52 & an Asus 4012a CDRW drive. Generally,I use either Mistsui Gold 12x 74min CD-R’s & Kodak Silver & Gold Ultima 80min 12x CD-R’s for my CD-R media. Does the brand of CDR, or your burner make a difference?
What is a “safe” overburn limit for Mitsui Gold,(or indeed other brand), 74min CD-R’s.
What is a safe overburn for the Kodak Ultima 80min Silver & Gold discs?
What tools within Nero can determine the overburn limits, & how do you set them with creating a Data disk on Nero? Are these settings possible to fix using the Nero wizard?
Will overburining mpeg files make a difference to the overburn limitations?
Thanks for your help!