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Dual Layer Burner Question.

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by GroveBoy, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. GroveBoy

    GroveBoy Member

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    I've read the guides and understand the whole DVD9 to DVD5 burning. I have a Sony Dual Layer burner. Does this mean I can copy the full DVD to another Dual layer DVD-R?
     
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    Yes it does :)
     
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    Balaam Regular member

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    Another impressive post from bbmayo! :))
     
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    bbmayo Active member

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    Like that one hu?? Hey they asked a straight foward question.. Didnt ask how to do it, but I suspect that will be comming ;-) LOL

    "Sarcasm is just one more service we offer"
     
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  5. GroveBoy

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    Ok, well I'm new. Gimmee a break ;)

    So I wouldn't need to use DVD Shrink or anything like that right? What Software is the best? I appreciate the help. I looked throught the guides I didnt see much on Dual Layer? Maybe I missed it.
     
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    The latest nero, alcohol & shrink will do DL discs.
     
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    DVD Decrypter will do dual layer disk's and it is free, fast, and works great!!
    1. Go to Mode select "ISO" "Read R"
    2. Go to Mode select "ISO" "Write W"

    Cant get much easier either :)
     
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