Ditto midnrambler and Palace. Right now I'm in the process of transfering all my videos onto Delkin Archival DVD-R gold discs. After that I'll be transfering my audio collection onto CD-R gold discs. The disc's will be stored in slimline cd clam shell cases. The gold dvd-r's are a bit expensive, about $2.00 each, but some of the stuff I've collected over the years would be very hard replace if lost. Delkin and MFSL make gold cd-r's. Use a high quality media. Stay away from the cheap 'cake tray' dvd/cd-r's. For burning copies of dvd's for freinds, I use Fuji dvd-r's. For music I use Fuji, Sony or Veratim cd-r's. I've never had a problem with these manufactures. Again, STAY AWAY FROM CHEAP MEDIA. I can't stress that enough. If you have alot to transfer, think about buying a stand alone duplicator. They're about $120 - $140 on eBay. They come with many functions. They can analyze your masters for defects and do 'bit to bit' comparisons of your master and target disc once the transfer is completed to verify a good transfer. Hope this helps.
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