Image doesn’t fit on destination disc

Discussion in 'CloneCD' started by 1340fxd, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. 1340fxd

    1340fxd New Member

    I have bought AnyDVD and CloneCD - I chose CloneCD instead of CloneDVD because Slysoft say “CloneCD is not only able to copy CDs but also all DVD formats... The movies are copied 1:1 and therefore not modified (compressed).”

    I have tried to copy a movie DVD and get the message - Image doesn’t fit on destination disc! Space available: 6822 Mbyte (8:13:39 Min:Sec:Fra), Space required: 4482 Mbyte (254:1:29 Min:Sec:Fra)

    I have tried both the overburn and write to end options but basically the written disc does not work when inserted into the DVD player. Media I am using is imation 16x DVD+R and DVD-R 4.7GB – 120 min

    Is it the media or something else causing the problem?
     
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    You need larger media (dual layer).
     
  3. 1340fxd

    1340fxd New Member

    If I also get CloneDVD - will that enable me to compress and therefore fit a movie on a standard 4.7GB single layer disc?
     
  4. bjproc

    bjproc Well-Known Member

    yes, but just use clonecd if your using DL disc's (verbatim +r's), for SL disc's theres no need to use clonecd, just use clonedvd [​IMG]
     
  5. Whisperer

    Whisperer Well-Known Member

    One nice thing about using CloneCD to copy a SL original to a SL media is that CloneCD will retain the "Jacket" images folder whereas CloneDVD only copies true video elements and ignores the Jacket folder. Jackets are nice because when you press "Stop" on your DVD player, the commercial studio movie image (DVD cover art or movie Poster) displays on your TV screen rather than just the player's default (JVC or Sony or Samsung) logos! :D If there are several jacket images on the original DVD, the images may be selectable depending on the features on the player's remote control or the settings within the DVD player's setup function.

    Whisperer
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2007
  6. bjproc

    bjproc Well-Known Member

    thanks webslinger for that info :bowdown:

    (i meant when they back up a DL original onto a SL disc) :D

    my fault for not detailing properly :doh: