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How to overburn a DVD with Nero 6?

Hi,

In the Preferences menu, I only find options for CDs, not DVDs.
Why?
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cyberdevil67Commented:
Hi nxbp,

 under expert features tab.

Cheers!
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nxbpAuthor Commented:
But it only speaks of CD overburning there.
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cyberdevil67Commented:
Not on mine.

the expert features, when selecting a type of DVD. Says Enable DVD overburning. Right underneath Enable Disc At once CD Overburning, and above Enable generation of short leadout.
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nxbpAuthor Commented:
Let's redo this from start then :
I'm using Nero 6.3.1.6
I start Nero
Go to the file menu
Then to Preferences...
It brings me to a window with 9 tabs. It's in the General Tab at this point.
Right over this tab is the Expert Features tab.
When I click on it, I get a window showing these options :
Do not eject the disk after the burn is complete
Enable overburn Disk-at-once burning (read the notes below)
Maximum CD length :
__ min  __ sec  __ frm

Then the notes...

Then again 3 options :
Clear achive bits of written files during ISO refresh
Enable all supported recorder formats for the Image Recorder
Enable NeroNet support


I see nowhere mention of DVD


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cyberdevil67Commented:
Did you select a dvd type?
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cyberdevil67Commented:
Try updating it to the lates version from www.ahead.de the latest is 6.6 which is what I use.
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nxbpAuthor Commented:
>> Did you select a dvd type?
What do you mean?
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cyberdevil67Commented:
Create a new project, in Nero Burning Rom, and selecct the DVD type DVD ISO, DVD-Rom, DVD-UDF etc.
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nxbpAuthor Commented:
Oh.. This!
Yes, I've done this : New DVD-ROM (ISO), no multisession

But you were right : I downloaded the latest version and I got the options needed.

One last question then : Do you know of any way to overburn to a size greater than 4600MB? (I need 14 more Mb :( )

Thanks
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cyberdevil67Commented:
Nver actually done over burning on DVD, and I'll say it depends on your media to how much you can overburn safely too.
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nxbpAuthor Commented:
Well, Nero asks for an interger smaller than 4600, so I suppose this limitation comes from the software.

Thanks for the help.
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