Re: More Dual-Layer burning oddities
CJ Kucera <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Please explain your problem!
> > Cdrecord does the right thing with DVD+R without the need for a manual
> > layer break. A manual layer break is only needed for DVD-Video.
> I thought that I had. DVD+R/DL discs burned without "layerbreak=value"
> on my box result in discs which are unreadable past the layer break (at
> least, I assume that's where it fails, since it's at just about half the
> size of the disc). Once I threw in a manual layerbreak, the discs that
> I burnt worked properly. I didn't mention this in the original email,
> but I haven't yet run any tests on a different batch of discs, to see if
> it was just the media requiring that flag for me.
So you either have a problem with the medium or with the drives firmware.
Cdrecord computes and uses the right value automatically.
What value do you use for the layerbreak?
It is a well known problem that some media is unreadable on the second
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