Please send the “.ini” to fengtao(at)dvdidle.com, you need replace (at) with @.
I don’t think that’s really necessary, as this is all that is inside the .ini file:
ImgBurn detected the layer break on the original as follows:
Layer 0 Sectors: 1,841,184 (49.69%)
Layer 1 Sectors: 1,864,513 (50.31%)
There’s a problem with that… the first layer is smaller than the second. That makes using this position as the layer break impossible with opposite track paths.
Different 1:1 copying applications seem to adjust the layer break position differently (again I am providing this info to try to help you troubleshoot ).
When Nero burns the 1:1 .nrg file it creates, it puts it the OTP layer break at exactly 50%, with the exact same number of sectors:
Layer 0 Sectors: 1,852,848 (50%)
Layer 1 Sectors: 1,852,848 (50%)
The .ini file created by CloneCD, like DVDFab, does not contain any layer break info. When burning the 1:1 image created by CloneCD, CloneCD puts the OTP layer break as follows:
Layer 0 Sectors: 2,086,912 (56.32%)
Layer 1 Sectors: 1,618,800 (43.68%)
What I think it may have done is burned to the outside edge for Layer 0.
Finally, when burning the 1:1 .iso file created by ImgBurn, ImgBurn does the OTP layer break as follows:
Layer 0 Sectors: 1,855,408 (50.07%)
Layer 1 Sectors: 1,850,304 (49.93%)
It’s pretty clode to 50/50, but not exact like Nero was. So I’m not sure how it determined the 50.07% and 49.93%.
Here are some more threads with information that you might find useful to help troubleshoot. If it’s wrong of me to post these here, then I do apologize; I am only doing my best in attempting to provide you with helpful information :
Please let me know what else you might need which I haven’t thought of.