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Dual Layer Disc...........advantages?


grego137

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im done with my mydvd9 project. its pretty large 1hr45min movie, with a 9 minute slide show. I can fit it on a 4.7 verbatim disc on 'fit to disc' mode with just a few seconds remaining........................I know its large and i'd get better quality if i made it much shorter............im aware of all that, but its done and has to be made this way.

 

but would I benefit any (quality wise) by going to a Dual Layer disc??

 

thanks

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Cut your project to one hour output it as a ISO image file, DVD Best quality and burn it to a single layer disc. Then you compare apples to apples and tell us if there is a big enough quality difference to warrant a DL Disc Project. No other magic included on a DL disc, just twice the capacity.

 

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Cut your project to one hour output it as a ISO image file, DVD Best quality and burn it to a single layer disc. Then you compare apples to apples and tell us if there is a big enough quality difference to warrant a DL Disc Project. No other magic included on a DL disc, just twice the capacity.

 

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I know. im just hoping someone else has already done this so I dont have to.

that would take a good few hours.

 

this project was supposed to be ready for handout on:

christmas,

then bumped to feb.

then easter

now mothersday

.............................and now , the end is near................. (Sinatra)

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I know. im just hoping someone else has already done this so I dont have to.

that would take a good few hours.

 

this project was supposed to be ready for handout on:

christmas,

then bumped to feb.

then easter

now mothersday

.............................and now , the end is near................. (Sinatra)

 

 

Don't use the "Fit to Disc" option instead burn the 1:45 hour project to an iso image file at best quality. Then use DiscCopier to burn it to a 4.7GB DVD. DiscCopier will transcode the iso file to fit on the DVD and many of us feel the quality is better than "Fit to Disc"

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Don't use the "Fit to Disc" option instead burn the 1:45 hour project to an iso image file at best quality. Then use DiscCopier to burn it to a 4.7GB DVD. DiscCopier will transcode the iso file to fit on the DVD and many of us feel the quality is better than "Fit to Disc"

 

 

ok thank you

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