Back in 2011 I created a DVD with several vacation photos, it was completed on Premier Elements 8 and being new to the program and creating DVDs I have looked back and did not save the project. I have since learned allot and always save my projects and always burn more than one disc.
All of that said I am wondering if there is any way that I can copy my current DVD disc and burn it to a new disc? My only other recourse is to recreate the DVD, I did save all of the pictures in a folder but did not even save any of the music to a folder. Like I stated I have learned allot since that time and am much more proficient.
Thanks in advance
You don't say what operating system you're using but, if disc duplication isn't available through your operating system, the program ImgBurn is an excellent disc utility. Just follow my installation instructions to install it so you don't get the bloatware that it comes bundled with.
You can also copy the data from the disc to a folder on your hard drive and then use ImgBurn to burn that folder to as many discs as you need.
Thank you for responding, I am using Windows 10 and have gone to IMG burn.com and when I am there I hit on download and I get with "express burn" or "wonder share dvd-creator" does it matter which one I use and are they the same as IMG burn? Thanks
I did actually see where is said IMG burn as an option and when I selected that one the .exe failed and states virus detected? How do I proceed? Thanks
"I hit on download and I get with "express burn" or "wonder share dvd-creator" "
That's because you are clicking on the wrong link. That Download button is actually an advertisment.
and click here:
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Thanks to both Steve and Bob, I was able to complete my task without having to totally redo the whole project. It was a DVD on Kauai Mahalo