What would be the best way to copy a copy?

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by violator, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. violator

    violator Member

    If I want to copy a copy (that was done with CloneDVD the first time), what would be the best way ?

    My guess is that using the "Write existing data" instead of "Clone the DVD" would be faster since the DVD structure was already done by CloneDVD.

    What do you think?

    Thank you for your input.
  2. jhkilroy

    jhkilroy Well-Known Member

    If you want to make another copy right after the first just click " write " one more time then throw a blank in.

    If you want to copy a copy done with clonedvd previously I just use clone whole disc because its already transcoded so it will copy as is.
  3. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    clonecd would be a good choice:agree:
  4. violator

    violator Member

    Thank you. That's what I was doing, I was wondering if copying on the fly, DVD to DVD, was a problem, but I just copied one and it seems ok.
  5. violator

    violator Member

    Copy on the fly when cloning a copy!


    Do you guys think there might be a problem when copying "on the fly" a DL DVD that has been previously cloned with CloneDVD2 ? (Using the "Write Existing Data" option)

    I did about 15 copies that way today and, they seems to be ok.

    I know a lot of people discourage this method - what do you think ? (please note that my 2 burners are alone on their own IDE channel)

    EDIT: Since I always do 1:1 copies, I tried CloneCD, as suggested by a few fellows here. This way I will keep the original layer break position. Thanks for the hint.

    Thank you!
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2007