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 ), 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!!