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Old 27 Jul 2006, 08:03 AM   #1
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When burning a DL disc I received this screen and I am not sure what the difference is or which one to select. Input and explanations will be and are greatly appreciated. I chose the second one, but again do not understand, so please tell me the difference and why. Thanks
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Who can tell with the screenhunter ad all over the info But, the last 2 at least are the same cell - just different PGCs (maybe a play all title or angles or seamless branching?)

In any event, ImgBurn will give you valid positions for the LB. If there are shared cells, which there are in this case, it will set them for each PGC.

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Sorry about that, but the part that is covered is exactly the same as the bottom two. The only difference in the three is the PGC and the time. This is a screenshot from ImgBurn asking me to select which one to use. This is why I was curious since all three were the same LBA. I didn't think it would matter which one I selected, but I knew you would be able to explain better to me the difference, and as to why the LBA is the same on all three but the PGC and time are different? The movie does have three different angles, is this the reason for the three different times? I never thought of that. Thanks for the reply.
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Yes. Rememebr a LB is a physical thing. It is a transfer at an LBA. PGCs are logical layouts. So, the same LBA can, in fact be present in 99 PGCs, believe it or not (this is the maximum number of titles on a DVD).

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Thanks for the help and the info.
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Who can tell with the screenhunter ad all over the info
Heh heh, some programs are sure going to get their point across, aren't they? LOL! I guess they want to remind us who's boss. Or who they think is anyway. That pic was a crack up.
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