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Neil Wilkes
Re: Writing a project to a dual layer disc - Do I first have to use Digital Linear Tapes (DLT)?
on Aug 17, 2006 at 8:20:53 am

I know this little dodge.
All I need to do is use GEAR Pro Mastering, create a DVD9 Project in this, add CSS, create project.
Import Video_TS.
Write GEAR project to DDP image (After setting the correct layer break, of course) which will give me the Layer 0 & Layer 1 DDP images.
Add to the root of a DVD-ROM in UDF mode the following files.
DDPID
CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT
(Logfile & checksums are optional. IDENT.TXT should be left out)
The ECLIPSE verification system will read this as it would a DLT tape. It's DVD9 "cunning trick #1"
Oh - And GEAR can, too, write a 2054 sector size. It's a checkbox in the settings when necessary. You must use 2054 for CSS to work.....

What I was trying to say when I said you cannot write CP to a disc is that you cannot write a playable DVD-R with CP on it.........



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