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Re: Dual layer dvd burning



On Mon, 2007-11-19 at 11:55 +0100, Mike Morraye wrote:
> Ok thx.
>  
> I just asked a friend who has a dual layer dvd-burner.
> it takes about 40 - 45 minutes to burn 8.4 GB of data. (on windows,
> but i guess linux can do only better ^^ )
>  
> thx for the response ;)
> 
>  
> 2007/11/19, Ed Greshko <Ed Greshko greshko com>: 
>         Mike Morraye wrote:
>         --
>         This is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.  And now you
>         know why.
>         > Dear List, 
>         >
>         > I would like to buy a Dual layer burner so i can burn my
>         data. ( with k3b)
>         > But i read a lot about the slow burning process.
>         >
>         > How long would it take to burn a 8GB  @ 8x speed on a dual
>         layer dvd? 
>         >
>         > Thx in advance. ( I dont like spending my money to the wrong
>         stuff )
>         
>         About the same amount of time it would take to burn 2 4.7GB
>         Single layer
>         DVDs at 8x speed.
>         
>         I don't know what you mean about spending money on the "wrong
>         stuff" but the 
>         thing is the more data you burn the longer it will take.
>         
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Just out of curiosity, which dual layer DVD writers work well with
Fedora (F8)?  I am about to buy a drive but haven't looked around for
recommendations yet.

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