I Split Disc 1 (Movie) and Cloned Disc 2 (Bonus Material). All operations went completely normally, though the results are far from normal. The Bonus Material written to DVD-R is fully functional and plays normally.
The Movie, Split on to 2-DVD-Rs, has an unreadable UDF File System on both DVD-R Discs. The Discs mount normally in the DVD-ROM Drive with the Volume Label and Folders visable on Disc 1, but if I play PowerDVD or Click on the VIDEO_TS Folder, the Operating System throws, “E:\VIDEO_TS is not accessible. The Disk structure is corrupt and unreadable.”
UltraIso throws, “Unsupported UDF volume!” IsoBuster (v1.9.1) reads Disc 1 just fine and can’t find any “problems” with the Disc or the File System and is able to extrract the files to the hard drive which play fine with PowerDVD.
Disc 2 has a Volume Label, but is empty, or, at least IsoBuster doesn’t see any files. In looking at the Disc (I also watched it burn!), it’s written nearly to the rim and properly closed.
I’ve checked all the other Discs ripped with v184.108.40.206 and Da Vinci Code is the only one with this problem, and it’s the first time I’ve seen it.