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    Is there a way to burn more than one copy when using the clone function of dvdfab blu ray copy? when the first disc is done it doesnt give the option to burn another.
    Thanx
    wpoe

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    No, sorry, there is not, due to the nature of the Clone process (no temp file is written). You can however use Windows to copy the decrypted ISO file as many times as you need to using file copy/paste. If you ever plan to burn it to disc, you should copy the .ini file along with it if Fab makes one. If you use Main Movie or Full Disc or one of the other Copy modes to make the iso, you can make multiple copies using the control dropdown in the Target area at the bottom of the DVDFab main gui window.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by wpoe3ster View Post
      Is there a way to burn more than one copy when using the clone function of dvdfab blu ray copy? when the first disc is done it doesnt give the option to burn another.
      Thanx
      wpoe
      When making a clone (unprotected), choose to write it to an iso file rather than directly to a disc. You should then be able to burn as many copies of the iso image as you want, using imgburn. I haven't tried this but in theory I don't see why it would not work.

      signals You said no temp file is created. So where does it burn the copy from? Typically, unless one has say 64+GB of RAM, it is likely not stored in memory, so there has to be a temp file created somewhere, no? Even if its deleted after the clone process, wouldn't it be easy for developers to put an option to burn another copy before it is deleted?

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      • #4
        Thanx for the help guys!

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