Here you can add media types
you own, so BTTB knows how far to push to the limit. For CDs, using the
autodetect feature is by far the easiest way.
need to know the cluster size of the medium, for data CDs it's
2 KB or 2048 bytes. This is the default.
media name can be an arbitary name so you can find this entry back in
can enter the size for the medium (media size) in # clusters
or Megabyte ( = 1024 Kb or 1048576 bytes). This number is automatically
rounded to compensate for the clustersize.
The space reserved for the file system
should be plenty at 1 Mb.
The allowed waste size is the amount of space
you're willing to keep empty if it is not possible to make a perfectly
If you want to make sure that BTTB never skips any files,
set this size to (Media Size) - (File System Size), as in the screenshot
above. In all other cases, files will be left.
If you set the numbers as default, all new items
will have these values.
Finally, a very useful feature is autodetect
CD, which reads the total stated empty space on a CD. A very easy way
to fill in all data.
Note that CD makers are known to change the specifications of their CDs
every once in a while without changing the CD name, so if data suddenly
doesn't fit you may want to autodetect again (and perhaps look closely
at the serial numbers on the package and CD for any sudden changes. You
can keep up-to-date with the various types being sold at www.cdmediaworld.com).