I do have a superdrive, but it's listed as a Pioneer DVR-105 in System
Profiler. So assume this is ok, then?
sbt <com.invalid> wrote in message news:<290720031914055680%com.invalid>...
> Unless you have an A04 SuperDrive or some other burner that isn't
> compatible supported by cdrdao, you can burn SVCDs by using cdrdao
> after creating the bin/cue pair rather than Multitrack CD-ROM XA image
> files. This is an option in GNU VCDToolsX, iVCD, and VCD Builder.
> Whether Panther will have built-in SVCD burning capabilities is
> unlikely, but possible.
> You can already burn multi-session CD-Rs using Disk Copy's Burn Image
> command -- you just can't do it with the Finder-level burning. Create
> your Session image file then use Disk Copy to burn. In the Burn Disc
> dialog, check the box for Allow additional burns (under After burning).[/ref]