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Optimal Layer Break problem
I have been burning dvds for a year now.I havent had any problems til now.I have 1click dvd,dvd43,and copy to dvd for a burner.My problem is KINGKONG.I burned it to dual layer discs and they play fine on the computer but are totally messed up on home dvd players.After i burned KINGKONG I had problems copying MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA,but I bought anydvd to take care of that.I got rid of dvd43.Should I recopy with anydvd in the background,what should I do?
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Re: Optimal Layer Break problem
I haven't tried King Kong yet. But, for many current dvds with authoring intended to prevent backups AnyDVD succeeds where dvd43 fails. So, yes I would try it again with AnyDVD.
My other comment is that if you are using 1Click and a separate CopytoDVD as your burner, then you are not using the latest 1Click and there's a possibility you have Patin-Couffin drivers and a CopytoDVD version that are "out of sync" with your 1Click. That's especially true if you downloaded CopytoDVD directly from VSO.
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