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Don't know if this is relevant but do you need to allow space for overheads like directories etc?

Is that part of the rough 700Mb per CD?

Does that overhead change with number of files? ie can you fit 2 x 349 Mb files (698Mb) but only 195 x 3.49 Mb (680Mb).

Doesn't really change the principal behind the algorithm.

Although not directly relevent to computer files there is also the issue of retrieval. The best packing method my be less efficient if the files you most want to retrieve are scattered. This is part of programming for loading a lorry for a drop load. You need to make the best packing but also take into account the best route for the drop and how they will get stuff off.

In reply to Re^3: Distribute MP3 recordings optimally to CD-Rs by tweetiepooh
in thread Distribute MP3 recordings optimally to CD-Rs by Brutha

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