I’ve been using burners for awhile, but am no expert on it.
But I’ve noticed that it can be very hit or miss at times.
For instance, I had burned a folder with a large amount of photos in it on my daughters PC once, (like 400+) and after taking the disc home…
could only access like 100 or so pictures.
Reading various articles I was then kinda led to believe that you should only have but so many files, in so many folders when burning on a CD/DVD.
Is this true?
Like something about subdirectories, “Joliet stuff”, etc… I dunno… can’t remember exactly.
So basically, what’s the deal about burning Folders/photos/files/?
Is there some basic “rules” to keep things from screwing up during burning?
Some “proper” amount of folders with subdirectories, and “proper” amount of files in each?
(this is a real critical question right now as my son-i-law is trying to back up a ton of baby pix of my granddaughter due to a major PC problem. So they gotta burn… and burn right.)
Thanks a bunch!