Hello to the forum
for those of you who know me, there is no reason to say that i believe padus discjuggler as one of the best cd/dvd authoring tools.
For all others you should find a way to try it but i have to inform you that padus does not allow download of a trial version and its not incluted with any recording device, so you have to buy it.
One of the feautures of that software is the ability to record cd's over network.
I have never try that before but according to the documentetion, you can have some data files on a pc and burn them on another network cdr node.
Searching the internet i saw many software from trusted comapnys like veritas, suppurting backup for a network, but i have never tried one
What i am athinking of , is the internet.
Let's say that two people have a very very fast internet connection a t1 leased line for example. Will they be able to record media? COuld you guys burn some data for me?
Could this ever be true and how could that data be transmited over my data line?oh god...i should write a novel....
I am waiting for your answer and just to let you know i am gonna post the same post on cdrfreaks people, just in order to examine the results of your both posts, like a personal poll
Thank u so much and have a nice day