Re: Dual layer DVD
Jay Berkenbilt wrote:
The 'option' to have one double-sided or two single-sided discs really
lies on the user. The images would be the same as the 'single-sided'
Maybe this has already been mentioned, but I think it's worth pointing
out that two single-sided single-layer DVDs are more convenient than
one double-sided single-layer DVD for people who have more than one
DVD drive and can therefore have both discs mounted at the same time.
In any case, there should be a single-sided, double-layered image
(8.5Gb), for the user which wants a single, 'flipless' disc. Although I
also have two drives, I would stick to the double-layered image myself.
The only problem is that DL media isn't really 'affordable' yet...
Well, I have a really silly question... (and surely off-topic here) Why
don't the DVD vendors start figuring a way to make DVD drives that could
read both sides of the disc, as if it were one 'large' side?