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Old 8 Dec 2006, 05:11 PM   #1
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Question set ImgBurn to burn dvd to 2 discs

I have a single layer Plextor 712A burner. I am decrypting in DvdFab Decrypter, then using DvdShrink to shrink and automatically burn in ImgBurn.
I tried to copy a concert film today which is larger than one disc. Can I set ImgBurn to copy the dvd onto two blank discs-notify me when one is full and then put in a second blank disc to complete the burn, or is my only option a dual layer burner? This is the first time this has come up, but surely not the last.
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No - you need to split the disk into 2 DVDs. Then you can use the Queue function.

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Ok, how would I go about splitting the disc into two dvds, bearing in mind I am not an expert at this? Thanks so much.

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One thing you might do is read the link in my signature that says "split into 2 DVDs".

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Thanks for the information you guys. I just don't have the time to go through this process. Thanks again for your help.

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