Second, I'd like to start storing some photos on DVDs, but I'm not concerned about changing what I may put on them as much as I am about adding to what I already have on them. I mean, if I'm choosing certain photos to burn, it's usually because I've already altered them, cropped them to my liking and therefore would want to keep them that way, but what if I only fill up a small percentage of the DVD? Can I go back at a later date and ADD more photos to the DVD if I'm NOT changing what I already have on it? Well, obviously I'm 'changing' the DVD just by adding something, but I'm NOT altering what I've previously burned, so am I allowed to add info until the DVD is full?
My new computer also includes 'LightScribe' and it appears that I can only purchase DVD+R's for use with that software, but I'd hate to have to wait until I have enough photos to fill the DVD if I'm only allowed a single-use burn. I apologize if these are silly questions, but like I said, I've looked here and there for specific answers to MY questions and all I could find were how DVD+R's weren't even recognized until 2008 or that DVD+/-RWs could be rewritten over and over again, but if what I'm trying to do will only allow DVD+/-Rs what good are the rewritables to me?
I hope I'm writing in the correct forum -- guess I should have asked about that first -- and thanks for any info you could provide. I'm truly looking forward to storing my really great photos on DVDs so that I can share them with friends and family and I can't wait to try burning the DVD's label with a specific photo using the LightScribe. It'll be something different for me. I never really used my CD/DVD on my old computer, so I'm way behind on the learning curve this time, I'm afraid! LOL Again, thanks so much....