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[filmscanners] Re: CD RW Problem

I use CD-RWs for backup for a number of reasons. (and some are made by

1: I want to be able to reuse them if and when I alter filing systems,
need to reorganize images or edit images.

2: I don't want to have a bunch of CD-Rs around that have to be dealt
with in the environment.

3: I'm not convinced the burned dye method is necessarily more archival
than phase change technology.


David Townend wrote:

> John,
> Forgive my question but... why are you using CDRW's ? Its a well documented
> fact that they are total pants. And so slow to work with....
> Do yourself a BIG favour and use CDR's or some other method of back-up.
> Something like Verbatim seem popular with the people 'in the know'.
> Not that I'm an expert. I'm just passing in what I've been told !
> Regards, David
> --
> You can view David's on-line folio at http://www.davidtownend.com/
> and also the results of a recent job at http://www.globalrisks.royalsun.com
> T - 00 44 (0)20 8374 6289
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