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Copy & Convert Dual/Single Layer option


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Hi,

 

I just upgraded from Creater 2009 to Creater 2010. In the Copy & Convert manual it says I can select Single or Dual Layer destination discs when copying. I can't find the this option in the program. I'm assuming this selection must be made before starting the copy process.

 

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Darrell

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Put the disc in, it is automatic.

 

Thanks. I would prefer to make the selection myself to control the quality. At this point I've unistalled the software and gone back to Creater 2009. The 2010 version would not burn a DVD at all, eithr dual or single layer.

 

Darrell

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I can't see how it would affect the quality - you can't select a dual layer and expect it to work with a single layer disc inserted (and vice versa).

 

Why on earth would anyone even WANT to select single layer writing on a dual layer disc is beyond me

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I can't see how it would affect the quality - you can't select a dual layer and expect it to work with a single layer disc inserted (and vice versa).

 

Why on earth would anyone even WANT to select single layer writing on a dual layer disc is beyond me

 

Perhaps, I didn't state it correctly. Occasionally, I'm willing to sacrifice quality to squeeze a dual layer DVD onto a single layer DVD particullary for auto travel. I'd like to have the choice.

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In post #2, Jim said it was automatic. Perhaps you didn't understand that if you put a DL disc, it will copy to a DL; I you put in a Single layer, it will automatically encoded to fit on a single layer and vice versa.

 

If you are trying to get more than 1 hour on a single sided disc or 2 hours on a DL disc, then the video quality may not be watchable. Of course, any copyrighted disc will not copy. Did you look in the Learning Center at the bottom of the Home page for the tutorial on Copying Video Discs?

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