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19 Sep 2003 12:25 AM
This is a feature that i personally would like to see included in Platinum, carrying it over from DVD X COPY 1.5.2

i like this option in that i can name the disk anything i desire, instead of the dreaded dvd-video, or MOVIENAME.
for example i would like to name my backup of Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers something other than what happens to appear on the disk titling info...
i would Name it LOTR: The Two Towers.
I dont know maybe its trivial but it is a feature i greatly liked, and would love to see it in the top dog version
just my opinion,
one happy dad

This message has been edited since posting. Last time this message was edited on 13 Oct 2003 2:06 AM


1 Nov 2003 8:29 AM
I, liked this feature, too. And, though I'd like to see it back, it may be a good idea they removed it. In many DVD/CD writing packages, what you type in for the Title isn't necessarily what will transpose over to the actual title. Plus, it's dependent on where you insert the disc, too. e.g. XP may properly display the title, but, ME may not. DOS has a weird habit with Nero DATA discs that if you drag and drop a directory over and rename the directory, the renamed directory name appears in Windows, but, the original DOS name, regardless of the rename, appears in the DOS name. And, I don't mean long file names. :) I mean, like renaming a directory from 1 to 2. It shows up as 2 in Windows but as 1 in DOS.

8 Nov 2003 2:32 PM
But this should be the Volume Label, which all OSs should recognize equally. I'd like to see it back, too. Right now I have a couple called UNRECOGNIZED.
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