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Old 26 Jul 2005, 03:07 AM   #1
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Default Bitsetting - What Is It & Should I do It?

I have seen some references to "bitsetting" and can't get a handle on what it is? Is this something that is good to do? Apparently bitsetting is something you do to your burner?

I use Shrink with a Plextor 708a burner and DVD+R media.

What are the benefits of using bitsetting?

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Old 26 Jul 2005, 06:26 AM   #2
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Read this: You can change the bookmark of the disc to DVD-ROM which makes it more compatible since that is what most DVD players read as a default disc.
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do not attempt if " - " media is being used...this is for + media only.
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