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how easy is it to put two dvd's at say 4gb onto a dvd9? and then have a menu with a picture of each film and just to click on the picture of the you want to watch?


also is there any real must have single layer dvd or does it not matter due to it not having any layer breaks?
 

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Two single layer DVD-R's will cost you less than a single DL recordable disc. Taiyo Yuden blanks are about the best available and can be purchased in large quanities for increased savings. You'd also have to reauthor both movies with a custom menu in order to be able to select the individual movie for playback. Otherwise, you'd have to explore the contents of the DVD and select the specific folder from the pl;ayback codec you're using. You would not be able to play the individal movies on a standalone player without creating the new menu.
 

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I use Nero to compile multiple movies onto DVDs, whether it's single layer or dual. If you are looking for the best quality DVDs most people will tell you to use Verbatim, there are different batches that are produced in different countries and only one of those is the good one.


It's a big issue when burning xbox 360 games.


My personal opinion is to buy the cheapest spindle and if they are finicky just burn at a lower speed.
 
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