Is the degree to which compression is effective can be predicted before you do the save files, so that in essence there is like a report: Here is all that you want to save: The disk space it occupies on disk now; The disk space it would take when compressed via whatever SAVF ZIP combination; But how much space is on each CD so unless you go multi-volume, this is how much will fit before it fills up; SO ... if you save file this much, that will go on one CD; do same analysis on what comes next; you may be wasting some CD space but the break point between one chunk & the next will be preferably at a library, but if one whole library will not fit on a CD, it will be between individual objects. It probably makes sense to have a directory. CD-1 contains following libraries & files, saved when. CD-2 etc. Place this directory on one of the CDs in the set. Perhaps some place else convenient like on a report to go into a sleeve in a pocket of the container holding this batch of CDs. MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac) > From: email@example.com (Adam White) > Myself and others are working on this problem at the moment for my open > source cd-mastering system > (visit www.slic-systems.com) > The solution that is up there at the top involves using save files (which > can be compressed quite significantly). > > It's a big problem though and all help is appreciated! (as getting the time > to write it is non existant!) > > > Regards > Adam White > firstname.lastname@example.org > www.slic-systems.com/ >
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