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Andrea H.
Dual-layer DVD playback compatibility?
on Mar 28, 2007 at 2:15:27 pm

We have a client that wants us to author a very long video (3.3 hours, but it's essentially 10 seperate videos) onto a DVD.. We're thinking dual-layer is probably the best way to achieve this and I can't really find any information regarding dual layer compatibility with most DVD players.. Most of these will be likely played back on PCs/Laptops.
Would it be safer to do just a 2 disc DVD, or is dual layer disc playback not really a compatibility issue anymore?

Best,
Andrea H.


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Leigh Jewell
Re: Dual-layer DVD playback compatibility?
on Mar 29, 2007 at 3:28:31 pm

I'm assuming that you are not going to be replicating (ie. creating a glass master and pressing) the discs.
If you are going to be just burning the discs, the compatibility level for dual-layer discs are still not that great.
If you want to play it safe, go for the 2 disc set.

Leigh


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frippy
Re: Dual-layer DVD playback compatibility?
on Apr 7, 2007 at 6:11:09 pm

NO...

If possible to buy DVD+R DL disks, is no problem to record 1....10000 disks :)

FULLY compatible DL disk is :
1. DVD+R DL disk
2. It need to be written as DVD+R DL as DVD-ROM book type
3. NEED TO SET RIGHT layer-break sector


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