Layer break

vbimport

#1

Should CloneDVD2 remove layer break if I’m doing a 1:1 copy?
Isn’t that layerbreak necessary when burning onto a DVD+R DL disc?

regards
jegus


#2

Yes but it will reset the layer break to where it needs to be, even though it will likely be the same place.


#3

why would you bother using cloneDVD2 if you’re making a 1:1 copy? just use DVD Decrypter to ISO Read then Write.


#4

Why would I want download and install a piece of software I don’t use instead of the one already installed on my system?

Anyway I use CloneCD to copy as that also will do DVD to DVD 1:1 copies (I know because I have done it just to see if it worked) :smiley: it uses the same write engine as CloneDVD (WriteDVD.dll)


#5

relax mate, just a suggestion as Decrypter is already known to handle the layer break appropriately. i don’t use CloneDVD2 and just figured it would analyze the disc for no reason since there’s no need for compression and thus waste your precious time. good luck :rolleyes:


#6

With CloneDVD if there is no reason for compression it simply doesn’t do it! magic :slight_smile: