k0210244 at kingston.ac.uk
Wed Apr 23 19:35:00 CEST 2003
You'll find that using cdrecord is quite easy. I only have linux exp. but I
write a cd with the command "mkisofs <filename> | cdrecord dev=0,0,0
-speed=16 -eject -"
Use cdrecord -scanbus to identify the correct device to record to. If your
burner is ide like mine then you may need to use some kind of
"scsi-emulation" I'd imagine the process for OS/X is a little different from
Linux so I can't offer any advice. As I'm sure you know google can usually
Having said all that I'm sure most CDR software is capable of overburning. btw
if you do find a nice way to chop off the end and or beginning of an AVI
please let me know because even with overburning I sometimes have files which
are too big :)
Another possibility is to buy 800Meg CD's although I don't know anything about
any related issues.
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