Dual Layer Disc's

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#1

Please could someone tell me do you need a dual layer burner to use dual layer discs?. I have noticed on the forum that other users have said to use a dual layer disc if you want to copy all the contents of a dvd if they are told that the normal 4.7GB disc wont have room for all the contents. :eek:


#2

You can split the data to two 4.7 GB discs or use DL disc, but ONLY if the burner can support DL media.


#3

Thanks furballi and to all members who help us all along the way. :iagree:
Cheers all. :bow:


#4

Speaking of dual layer discs…what is the cheapest you guys have found them? I think $5.99ea US is what I have seen if you buy like a 30 pack. :frowning:


#5

Here in Germany,

i use Platinum DL Disc. Costs 3.49€ per Disc.
Verbatim DL Disc costs around 7€ per Disc.
Play fine in my DVD Players with DVD-Rom Booktype


#6

As you can see here in england we still pay over the odds, tax after tax after tax. :frowning:
Verbatim 8.5GB Double Layer DVD+R9 - 1 Disc
Price: £4.40
£5.17 inc VAT

Quantity:


#7

I’ve been able to find them for as low as $2 per disc. If you check on Amazon and also Meritline, you will find them for that price.


#8

This weeks Office Max flyer advertises 10 pack Verbatim 2.4 DVD+ for 19.99 U.S., plus local sales tax. In my case that is 8.75% for total of $ 21.74 or 2.17 per disk.
You can take the ad and have somebody price match it if no local Office Max in your area. It’s also present on their Web site.