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    Apparently, according to a DVD duplication company, all of my master DVD's I sent to them are multitrack DVD's
    They need single track DVD, they suggested I burn my DVD's using DAO options.

    We'll I've double checked this and it turns out that NERO has been writing with DAO enabled.

    SO my question is why am I coming out with multitrack DVD?

    how can I get it so that my duplication company will accept it?
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    Did you send -R or +R for duplication?
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    I sent -R
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    Hmmm...interesting.
    They are DVD Video you are trying to have duplicated right?

    I use Prassi Ones to burn and the software always tells me/warns me when I have the settings wrong when burning DVD's....then corrects my mistake.

    Because Pz can manage 5 different types of DVD recordable media, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, and DVD-RAM, and because a disc can usually be written in “Disc at Once” or “Incremental” mode, there could be 10 potential possible combinations of medium type and recording mode. We consider 3 of these impossible though, and we also set some other limitations to keep all these modes under control and too maximize the reader compatibility. Please check below the 7 combinations that ONES considers legal.

    DVD-R At Once

    Only blank disc, always closed.

    DVD-R Incremental

    Blank or Incr. disc, closed or not closed. Link or Not the data already on disc (if not blank).

    DVD-RW At Once

    Only blank disc, always closed (DVD-R compatibility mode).

    DVD-RW Incremental

    Blank or Incr. disc, always not closed. Always link data already on non-blank disc (ONES uses the Restricted Overwrite method).

    DVD+R At Once

    Not possible.

    DVD+R Incremental

    Blank or Incr. disc, closed or not closed. Short or Long Lead-out if closed. Link or Not the data already on disc (if not blank). Always record, no test.

    DVD+RW At Once

    Not possible.

    DVD+RW Incremental

    Blank or Incr. disc, always not closed. Always link data already on non-blank disc. Always record, no test.

    DVD-RAM At Once

    Only blank disc, always closed (DVD-R compatibility mode).

    DVD-RAM Incremental

    Not possible.
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    yeah, it is DVD video

    I even sent them 2 different sets of discs.

    1 set I created and burned using Sony DVD Arch. 3.0

    Then the second using Nero 7

    Both came with same results, I have been burning DVD's since 2002 and never once had a problem like this.

    I'm boggled

    Thanks for the help
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    two questions:

    1) what is the hardware you are using to burn your DVDs?

    2) ever tried cdrecord?

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    i just tried ONES and still no go...they still say it's multitrack...

    WTF, maybe i'm getting confused on what multitrack is


    no i havent tried cdrecord

    i swear i'm making working coasters..
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    Originally Posted by crazymoney
    WTF, maybe i'm getting confused on what multitrack is
    I'm beginning to think it's the duplication company who is either
    confused or confusing you needlessly.
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