double layer

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by Fati, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. Fati

    Fati New Member

    Does Clone DVD burn Double Layer dvd's ?
  2. BenGurion

    BenGurion Well-Known Member

    maybe you could have luck with verbatim-DL's (MKM001) ...

    but i would prefer to make an image to disk an burn it with imgburn (, because this prog can handle the layerbreak very good :D
  3. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    yes it does.but use clonecd instead if your gonna use dl discs+it'll will keep the layer break in the same position as the original dvd.
  4. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    I agree, CloneDVD will do it but it puts the layer break in a place sometimes you don't want it. CloneCD is the better option.
  5. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    I agree: use this method with Clonecd
  6. Marty165

    Marty165 New Member

    Layer Break

    I can hope that CloneDVD will be improved to handle the layer break issue better than it currently does. I have to use DVD DL -R discs, my DVD player only reads that format. +R discs are not an option for me (unless I buy a new DVD player). Everytime I use CloneDVD2, my movie freezes at the layer break 100% of the time. If I write the disc using imgburn, it works flawlessly (as a matter of fact the movie doesn't even pause at the layer break like it would with the original disc). The down side, imgburn is not all that user friendly.

    I hope that cloneDVD2 in the future; could handle the layer break like imgburn does. If it could, CloneDVD2 (with Anydvd) would be head & shoulders above the rest when it comes to DVD backup solutions available today.
  7. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    It can't. It's a transcoder based burning application (recode, shrink, etc., can't retain the original layer break position either).

    Bad choice

    No. It has to read "dvd-rom" as well. Read step 3 from here


    Doesn't even sound as though you tried step 3 (your burner must support bitsetting +R DL).