My usual burn routine is to use Shrink to create a 4.5GB (DVD5) ISO and then use ImgBurn in 'Write' mode to burn it. Just bought some double layer blanks, though, and wanted to burn a DVD9. So, I set Shrink to create a 8.5GB ISO, and then (using write mode) tried to burn it. Got this message:
"Optimal L1 Data Zone Start LBA. None Found! (VTS-01). This image has not been mastered correctly for burning onto a double layer (OTP Track Path) disc. None of the cells meet the 'DVD-Video Spec' criteria for a potential layer break..."
Now, I know that I can use ImgBurn in 'Build' mode (thanks to 'geno888's' tutorial on this forum :flower:), but I've never done it, and would prefer to use Shrink to create an appropriate image which I can burn with ImgBurn in Write mode. Is it possible to do so? And if it's not possible, why does Shrink provide in 'Preferences' for a DVD9 setting?
Thanks a million!!