as of now no but maybe if we ask enough times LUK might work on it.
here are a few post taken from this thread
[QUOTE=troy512;2115922]or use Clone Mode and the original layer break will be preserved.
thanks for bringing this information to the forum. as i recommend using ImgBurn with DVDFab, however i do not burn DL disc so i was unaware of the need to select layer break. i thought that ImgBurn would auto-select the appropriate layer break.
nice guides by the way, thank you.
is there a method to have ImgBurn auto-select the layer break when input is Video_TS? as the burning of SL media is seamless with dvdfab and i would hope the same ability is available for DL media.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=LIGHTNING UK!;2116634]As the layer break is a physical thing on the media, you can’t guess where it was in the VIDEO_TS file set when all you’re working with is a bunch of files.
You can use the ‘Tools’ -> ‘Drive’ -> ‘Display IFO Layer Break Information’ option to get an idea of which cell the original content was split at.
The dialog that pops up will show you the physical LB position (as an LBA address), it’s down to you to then find that same LBA in the list.
Once you’ve found out where it was split you can look for the same VTS/PGC/Cell when you’re building your new image and the box pops up.
Of course the whole process of keeping the same LB on your new disc is made much easier if you read the source disc to an image via Read mode and then burn it back without modification via Write mode.
Don’t forget that keeping the ‘virtual’ LB (as in, VTS/PGC/Cell) when you’re using DVD-R DL is VERY unlikely to be possible unless you use Build mode… and even then it’ll only work if there’s enough free space to move all the files around and insert the required amount of padding. You will not be able to maintain the exact same physical LB position from source -> destination disc unless the source was also a DVD-R DL.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=troy512;2117833]thank you for your reply LUK.
my understanding is that if the source is video_ts folder then there must always have selection of layer break. is this correct?
the ripping program of discussion will output ISO and MDS before calling ImgBurn, when using Clone Mode. However there are other ripping options which allow the changing of playback options. if wanting to call on ImgBurn [not save to hard drive and burn later] using the Full Disc mode the default temp file is video_ts folder.
so i guess ultimately would it be easy for you to add an option to auto-select the layer break [add a option in settings which is off by default]. or should i contact the ripping program author to see about temporary ISO instead of video_ts?[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=LIGHTNING UK!;2117893]Yeah, you can’t guess (100% accurately) at the relationship between the physical layer break and the virtual one in a VIDEO_TS folder, that’s why it’s left for the user to decide (after previewing each available point with the built-in previewer feature).
I guess I could implement some sort of ‘best guess’ functionality but the program will never be able to pick the most aesthetically pleasing one (except by fluke) as it doesn’t have any eyes to actually analyse what’s being played. :p[/QUOTE]