r5731 - in trunk/BOOK: introduction/welcome multimedia/cdwriteutils

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Mar 16 09:47:54 PST 2006

randy at linuxfromscratch.org wrote these words on 03/16/06 11:32 CST:
> Author: randy
> Log:
> Added new package K3b to BLFS
> +    <para>Though <application>K3b</application> can be used to copy almost any
> +    DVD to similar medium, it does not provide a way to copy, or reproduce a
> +    double-layer DVD onto single-layer medium. Of course, there is not a
> +    program anywhere on any platform that can make an exact duplicate of a
> +    double-layer DVD onto a single-layer disk, there are programs on some
> +    platforms that can compress the data on a double-layer DVD to fit on a
> +    single-layer DVD producing a duplicate, but compressed, image. If you need
> +    to copy the contents of a double-layer DVD to single-layer medium, you may
> +    want to look at the <ulink
> +    url="http://www.mcmurchy.com/rmlcopydvd/">RMLCopyDVD</ulink>
> +    package.</para>

A shameless plug. If anyone thinks it shouldn't be there, please
speak up. I do think, with all bias aside (which may be impossible),
the mention is perfectly appropriate.


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