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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Yes, DL is supported, but as far as I recall, you don't get to control the layer switch.

    If I'm picky about a layer switch, I export the disc image (VIDEO_TS folder) and then burn using IMGBurn, which can offer some choices on where to add in the layer change...or at least, preview where it's going to happen.

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  • Mr Bill
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    Originally posted by jimstamos View Post
    so you cant just burn it to a dvd off the timeline like you can a regulary dvd in procoder xpress?
    It seems as if you can, (see picture)

    I have used the 'Canopus DVD Creator' off the timeline only twice for 30min videos.
    I normally use DVD Studio Pro for my proper menu DVDs.


    Looking deeper into it now for you, I see you can burn a DL.

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  • jimstamos
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    burning dual layer dvd

    so you cant just burn it to a dvd off the timeline like you can a regulary dvd in procoder xpress?

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  • Mr Bill
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    Stormdave is right but if you don't have Encore, you can encode it to a VOB
    (procoder express or export to DVD)
    save it to a folder and use Nero to burn it. Nero burns DL well.

    You Pioneer burner can burn DL.

    Yes they play perfect in most DVD players.
    I have heard that DVD+R DL it is more compatible than DVD-R DL.
    I use Verbatim's DVD+R DL discs and never had a problem.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Size wise it is about 7.8GB as far as I remember...it's not 4.3GBx2.
    Not sure if the DVD writer in Edius supports DL discs. I would use Encore for that.

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  • jimstamos
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    burning dl dvds in edius

    have a client that wants to put a project on one dvd. the finished piece is 2hr 46 min long.
    a. can i burn a dvd off the timeline onto a dual layer dvd as i do with regular ones?
    b. do i have to have a different type of burner?currently using a pioneer 112.
    c. will they play in standard dvd players.
    d. sizewise theyre 9.4 gigs?
    input appreciated
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