I read somewhere about clonecd and double layer dvd's and it being able to copy 1:1 - just curious is this a better way then clonedvd ? Something about layer breaks or something.....
Is that just with verbatim and why does this make a difference where the break is?
2. Verbatim +R double layer media (made in Singapore) is the only double layer media worth using. Everything else, so far that I've encountered, is inferior (and often by a large margin).
i have being using bulkpaq dvd+r dl discs without any problems
Clonecd will preserve the original layer break position when using Verbatim +R DL media. Clonedvd2 will not preserve the original layer break position.
Now for the followup question ...
Does this matter ? ....
Also if clonecd is doing a 1:1 I assume its also copying the dvd protection as well so the copy is 100% like the store bought right down to the rip protection?
So I guess the last part of the question would be why would I chose this method over clonedvd ? Is there a benefit ? Can it handle bad sector protection ?
i'd love to see the results of these test....is there a link to a web page to back this up?I can use many other brands of +R DL discs, and they will work. However, the burn quality on those discs is inferior to the burn quality produced on Verbatim +R DL discs (Singapore), by countless burners in countless tests.
hmmm...i thought recordings on most dvd recordable discs where 'supposed' to last 100 years.When burn quality is inferior, the disc's playability will also degrade faster. Futhermore, the Verbatim +R DL discs are also contructed better. What I'm stating here is not debatable; it's fact.
i'd love to see the results of these test....is there a link to a web page to back this up?
hmmm...i thought recordings on most dvd recordable discs where 'supposed' to last 100 years.
you're obviously a bit verbatim fan.nothing wrong with that though.