- What’s the difference between a Full Disc copy and an ISO copy?
full disc mode
[li]copy to dvd5 [may require compression] or dvd9
[/li][li]option to copy only video content or include non-video content
[/li][li]remove dts audio track
[/li][li]navigation options, change dvd playback options
[/li][li]output to a temporary directory and burn to disc
[/li][li]output to a Video_TS folder
[/li][li]output an ISO file
ISO copy? i think this to mean Clone Mode
[li]copy to dvd with no compression
[/li][li]option to copy dvd-video data only
[/li][li]option to copy original IFO files for use with a Clearplay dvd player
[/li][li]makes 1:1 bit copy of original disc
[/li][li]preserves original layer break
[/li][li]output to dvd
[/li][li]output to ISO file
[/li][li]can not output to Video_TS folder
- Are there any dis/advantages for each? What’s your preference and why?
some members prefer to use Clone Mode when doing Dual Layer backups, they claim to have a higher success rate when using this method.
some members prefer to use Full Disc when doing Dual Layer backups, keep all the original disc but change playback options to jump to Main Title when disc is inserted.
depending on what you may do with the output either one may be best for you.