If anyone is using duplicators, Id really appriciate any info on this.
I don't see why you couldn't use the DVD created from within ProShow for your master disc. You need a master disc at some point, so why not the original?
- Robert Barnett
And, I do know of somethings that are in weird formats. As an example Microsoft sent me an ISO file for Windows 7 Ultimate when I requested my review copy. Out side of the little program they provided I have yet to find anything that will burn the ISO file or copy the disc after it is burnt with the program supplied by Microsoft.
While it appears to be a regular ISO file it appears that it is using a rather unique format. Using Nero or Roxio neither one would identify just exactly what format it was. The other thing that was odd is that trying to burn the ISO with some other program it wouldn't fit on a DVD, Dual Layer DVD or even a blu-ray disc. All reported that there wasn't enough space even with a 50GB blu-ray.
Now the chances are good and based on what I have read here about PSG's ISO files, they are pretty standard and so I would think they wouldn't be a problem. I would find out however, before buying a duplicator if they are ISO 9660, Joilet or whatever and make sure that the burner you buy supports that.
It burns my master DVDs (DVD-R) and duplicates them with no problems, and its printing function is excellent as well.
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