I have made back-up copies of a few of my DVD movies with DVDShrink and Joboshare DVD Copy. When I mount the images with Daemon Tools, they work flawlessly, but I haven't tried to make actual copies of the discs. As a matter of fact, I don't even have any dual layer blank discs at the moment. Anyway, I just installed ImgBurn and it says they are not proper images for burning onto DL discs, there's no layer breaks. If I just burn them, I'm making coasters that are not playable on a standalone DVD player, right? Sooo.... if I mount such an image with Daemon Tools, then use the 'build'-mode in ImgBurn and use the VIDEO_TS folder from my virtual drive as the source, I can make an ISO that does have a layer break. I tried that. I guess my question is, would it be a way to make an image that can be used for burning, or should I rip the original DVD again with some better software? And if so, what program would be the best?