Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by Fati, Apr 27, 2007.
Does Clone DVD burn Double Layer dvd's ?
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 (www.imgburn.com), because this prog can handle the layerbreak very good
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.
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.
I agree: use this method with Clonecd
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.
It can't. It's a transcoder based burning application (recode, shrink, etc., can't retain the original layer break position either).
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).
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