Blu-Ray recordings(BR-R) most done part (no close disc),

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  1. lse123

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    Blu-Ray recordings(BR-R) most done part (no close disc), and every after a while other part since space is big?
     
  2. beenthere

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    Sorry, that makes no sense at all.
     
  3. retched

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    Are you saying you are trying to record a blu-ray disc?
    And it gets almost done, but doesn't close the disc?
    Are you asking if the file is too large to fit on the disc?

    It actually hurts trying to read the last part.
    Can you clairify what you meant? What space is big? Are you refering to the capacity of the blu-ray? Or the file(s) you are burning to the blu-ray?
     
  4. lse123

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    if indeed most users, write in Parts blurays BR-Rs rather one burn(closed from first burn)?
     
  5. retched

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    Blu-ray are like standard CD or DVD roms. You can only reuse REWRITABLE or RERECORDABLE discs. If your discs are not these types, you can only use them one time after you close.

    If you want to add to a disc, you can do so in multiple actions, but only BEFORE you close the disc.

    Once it is closed, that is it. You CAN NOT re-open it.
     
  6. lse123

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    yes but in many case a one time Recordable disc used as, no close first time and ADD (no delete) only data till full, thereafter must closed if you like... but just an opinion I ask may do the same with BR-R since there big capacity is imposssible full at once....indeed most people this do...??? As you know till now...from personal experience?
     
  7. retched

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    Yes. You can add as many times as you like. until it is full. just dont close the disc until you are finished.
    You can add 1 file today. Eject the disc

    Three days later put it in, ADD 12 more files.

    1 month later add 17 more files.

    As long as you dont close the disc, you can keep adding.
     
  8. lse123

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    If disc fails at 4th burn, all disc damaged/gone?
     
  9. retched

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    Yes. If you are going to do multiple writes to a disc, you should use a slow write speed. like around 12x or less. The faster speeds can cause errors, and those BR discs are expensive.
     
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