Writing pocket in the real world

Starrett, Robert A.
May 1997
EMedia Professional;May97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p40
Academic Journal
Discusses the debut of packet writing in Compact Disc-Recordable (CD-R) technology. Drive-letter access-based packet writing; Various releases of packet writing tools from different manufacturers; Packet writing back-up tolls of CD-R. INSETS: Packing packet writing: Packet-capable premastering software;Packet predictions: What products are on the way?;First quarter recorder decisions: Hurry up and wait;UDF-compliance: Does it matter?


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