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Old 10th March 2021, 06:35   #1  |  Link
rik1138
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Possible to burn a PTP DVD .iso?

Something I haven't had to do in a long time... I have a DVD project that is PTP (Parallel Track Path) and layer 1 is larger than layer 0.
Normally, this couldn't be properly burned to a DL DVD-R, but I was just curious if anyone ever came up with a way to do it...
I could just tell ImgBurn to put a layer break somewhere and burn the disc, but sometimes you can't find a viable place to do that either...


Fortunately my layers are so close in size that I should be able to just pad layer 0 to make it larger, but I was wondering if anyone had ever come up with a better way.
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