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ICE ECC Sizing Button

 
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misato



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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 3:01 am    Post subject: ICE ECC Sizing Button Reply with quote

I use Quickpar to protect files before I burn them, but am interested in ICE ECC because I sometimes have directory trees to protect. But the User Interface of QuickPar is much easier to use. I have a suggestion:

I would like to see 3 buttons added (or a dropdown), so I could tell it I am burning to CD (700MB) or DVD (4.37 GB) or Dual Layer DVD (whatever size that is) and let it calculate good settings so the total files, original plus ECC files, will just fit in those sizes. It would save me a lot of arithmetic.

Thanks!
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PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2005 7:54 am    Post subject: Re: ICE ECC Sizing Button Reply with quote

misato wrote:
I use Quickpar to protect files before I burn them, but am interested in ICE ECC because I sometimes have directory trees to protect. But the User Interface of QuickPar is much easier to use. I have a suggestion:

I would like to see 3 buttons added (or a dropdown), so I could tell it I am burning to CD (700MB) or DVD (4.37 GB) or Dual Layer DVD (whatever size that is) and let it calculate good settings so the total files, original plus ECC files, will just fit in those sizes. It would save me a lot of arithmetic.

Good idea
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