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Old 7 May 2007, 01:53 PM   #1
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Default Who has the 'Time' and what does it mean?

When ImgBurn lists 'Time' it is typically in the hundreds of minutes for a DVD. I get the units 'Sectors' and 'Bytes' but 510 minutes of what???
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So it's minutes of 44.1K WAV audio, I kind of guessed that. Thanx.
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