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I got a warning burning a dual layer disc

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W 20:45:18 Optimal L1 Data Zone Start LBA: None Found! (VTS_06)

 

What is that? I read in a different forum that the layer break isn't set, but that doesn't make sense. The program supposed to calculate it. I used dvd decrypter with anydvd to rip the dvd and changed the i/o tab to elaborate bytes. then i burn with imgburn but i leave all the settings alone.

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I just Verified it successfully with IMGBurn. I'll watch it tonight to see if it plays properly. Am I doing something wrong or is that message supposed to be there? I've made dual layer discs before on a a different pc and don't remember seeing that message.

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That's one for Lightning UK! I too have never seen that message when burning DL discs. What media are you using and have you got an ImgBurn log you could post ? :unsure:

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ImgBurn has a whole load of new code to do with layerbreak stuff.

 

DVD Decrypter was 'stupid' in this area - as such, that error message didn't even exist in it.

 

You cannot just magically create a layerbreak within an ISO file. Files have to start at the exact sector to allow a cell to meed the criteria required for a layerbreak position.

 

So although the burn (and verify) went ok, you may have a problem at the layer change on your standalone dvd players.

 

Basically what I can see from your log is that the main VTS group is probably VTS_06 and within that, there are no cells in any of the PGC's that start on an LBA that's a multiple of 16.

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ImgBurn has a whole load of new code to do with layerbreak stuff.

 

DVD Decrypter was 'stupid' in this area - as such, that error message didn't even exist in it.

 

You cannot just magically create a layerbreak within an ISO file. Files have to start at the exact sector to allow a cell to meed the criteria required for a layerbreak position.

 

So although the burn (and verify) went ok, you may have a problem at the layer change on your standalone dvd players.

 

Basically what I can see from your log is that the main VTS group is probably VTS_06 and within that, there are no cells in any of the PGC's that start on an LBA that's a multiple of 16.

 

 

I made a copy of the same dvd with CLoneDvd and it gave me a message about Fixing IFO problems and time mapping inconsistancies. So I guess the dvd has a problem. I've used IMGBurn for at about 10 dl burns and this is the first time I've ever seen that warning. Has to be the dvd.

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sorry if this is a stupid question - but is there a guide on what and how to create a layer break or does imgburn do that for you?

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Imgburn does it for you .You can also burn the MDS file and if one doesn't exist you can create one.Tools ---> create dvd MDS file

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