You think what I'm trying to do is strange? Why? I've worked that way with CD-RWs for years so it would only make sense that a DVD+RW should be able to do the same thing.3mors said:mmm it seems strange the cd-rw behaviour you describe.. if i well understood you want to use it like a banal finder folder, where you put the files when you want... only dvds ram have this capability... anyway you can "simulate" (!) this feature by using ISO9660 multisessions: you have to burn your dvd using ISO9660 option without finalizing it and when you want to add some files, you have to import last session from "session" menu in ISO9660 window that appears when you click on "select" button in the main window...
and you can do this operations also with not rewritable dvds
Heh, well that confirms it. Does this apply to just Toast, or are there other Mac programs out there that can do a multisession DVD+RW?bobw said:You cannot burn a multi-session DVD using Toast Titanium. Currently, there is no supported multi-
session standard for DVD recording.