Writing speed on which?

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    kumarn_2004 New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    *I want write video DVDs and CDs for the purpose of using them both for my DVD player in my Computer and for my ordinary DVD player attached with my TV. Then, what is the best and suitable writing speed at the time of writing from the original DVD/CDs to empty DVD/CDs?

    *Any best and free Ram booster software out of your experience?
     
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    stonecaper SuperMASSiVE

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    ans#1 Use ConvertXToDVD Only good Software to do the Job

    ans#2 For delicate softwares like Games / OS use lowest speed as possible...Otherwise use the maximum u hav
     
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    krishnandu.sarkar Simply a DIGITian

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    4X is best but may its too slower

    Opt for 8X for movies(specially HD)
     
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    Saksham ghimire New Member

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    Yeah the lowest would be the best for over time. The disk may refuse to work after several uses if burnt on a high speed. mainly the MP3's
     
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