When using DVD Decrypter to rip a DVD that's larger than 4 gigs, I notice that FAT32 won't allow a single file to be larger than that so it splits it into two seperate files, *.i00 and *.i01 instead of one single *.iso file. My question is, if I have a double-layer DVDR that can take the whole thing (8GB) and I want to burn it as-is, how do I deal with that file size limit? Will the two split ISO files be recognized as parts of the same DVD and automatically rejoined together? Or do I have to create a seperate NTFS partition on my hard drive so that I can have single ISO's larger than 4GB? Note that this applies even if I'm ripping a DVD of regular size, 4.7 gigs or so, since the FAT limit is a clean 4.0, not 4.6. Any help is appreciated, thanks!