[QUOTE=JoeBolden;1920954]Using DVDFab Platinum 3.2.I.0 used clone mode and created an ISO file. The directory had the iso file and an ini file with the number for the layer break.
Now I want to make a clone of the iso file when I use Write mode and input the iso file does Fab automatically use that layer break number?
Is that the best way to do it if I wasn’t ready to burn it right away?
The ISO size is 8,103,243,835 When I start to write it I get a message that the source is a single layer and it’s trying to write on a DL disk. Does anyone know what the problem is?
First why are you using version 126.96.36.199., Next you can burn DL two ways. Direct which means you insert the source and when DVDFab is done reading and copying it in clone mode it will eject the source and ask you for the DL blank. Then the write process will take place. I don’t use this method. I use source for the DVD im gonna copy and use DVDFab ISO dir and load the ini file into source. Then i use target which is the burner. Once the DVD is copied the cloned ISO and ini file will be in that HDD dir. Inside the ini is the original cloned layer break as seen in this example file: [ISO]
Files=SPIDER MAN 3.iso
To burn the clone movie you load the ini file not the ISO into DVDFab’s source and your DVD recorder will be in DVDFab’s target. The above is for cloning and to keep the original layer break that the commerical disc uses. The only time in clone mode that the layer break info is’nt the same as the original DVD is if that DVD has alot of copy protection and fake and bogus files etc then the layer break info will be different and DVDFab will make the layer break as best as it can and you will notice nothing. One movie " EL cantante" even cloned the layer break will not be the same as the original disc because the crap that New Line Home Entertainment put on the disc. That Disc reads over 8gb because of worthless garbage they put on it and because the DVD size is reduced because those needless files have been removed makes the layer break different then the original. And the total size of the copied DVD is different then the original but the entire movie is the same as the original. Only clone mode keeps original layer break in 99.9% of the cases.
P.S. If your happy with 188.8.131.52 thats cool, 184.108.40.206 is my favorite however 220.127.116.11 can not clone copy “EL CANTANTE”. I used 18.104.22.168 to tackle that movie, Have fun!.