Hopefully Olli will weigh in here, because I am most likely wrong, but I'll take a stab at it. I posted recently about CloneDVD and layer breaks, and Olli was kind enough to respond w/this:
Here's the full thread if you're interested:
All of it
I do not know if the problem you are having is related to what Olli is saying about CloneDVD's current issues w/layer breaks. I'm still learning the backup game, but I have heard that DVDs, at least some of them, really don't respond well to having their structure messed w/, and it the layer break is getting shifted, well...
Additionally, in that same thread, Olli mentions that DVD Decrypter can be used in conjunction w/AnyDVD--see the thread for the proper settings. In this case, you can use AnyDVD to decrypt the disk, and use Decrypter in ISO Read/ISO Write mode, letting Decrypter leave the original layer break intact, which it does very well--I have used it to burn DL disks successfully.
In the link I gave you, Olli mentions some settings for CloneDVD to use on DL disks--have you tried them?
Of course, you also might not even need to use AnyDVD on that disk, as Decrypter is probably already able to decrypt on its own. BTW, I'm not disrespecting Olli or the makers of AnyDVD--they are fine products, and Olli himself says that, even tho he of course would like me to buy CloneDVD (his program), if I ever ran into a problem decrypting a disk directly w/Decrypter, I could add AnyDVD into the mix to do the actual decrypting, and Decrypter could rip "forever", as Olli put it.
And Olli, if you're reading this, I am planning to buy CloneDVD soon. :bigsmile: