Hi. If you are burning to a recordable DVD, such as DVD-R or DVD+R disc, you
can only record to the DVD one time.
If you are using a rewriteable DVD, such as a DVD+RW or DVD-RW, you can
record to the DVD multiple times. However, when you burn to a rewriteable
DVD, all the files on the disc are deleted before burning begins. Therefore,
if you used a DVD+RW or -RW, all the photos that you burned to the DVD the
first time would be deleted. To get all the photos that you wanted on the
DVD, you would need to re-add the photos that you originally added to the
DVD the first time, and then add the additional photos that you wanted to
include on the DVD.
If it helps, this is discussed in the following question = "What is the
difference between DVD+RW/-RW and DVD-R/+R recordable DVDs?" in this Windows
Vista Help topic:
I hope this helps...
Windows User Assistance team
"brink" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Before I waste a DVD. When you use DVD Maker to make a slide show of
> Photos on a DVD, will you be able to add more photos to the DVD after
> you burn the project later on or is it once you burn that's it?
> Thank you,
> "Practice makes perfect, then you reinstall"
> Vista 64 Home Premium
> 1.5 Gig DDR2 533 Mhz (PC4200) RAM