A new version of DVD Decryptor was recently released. You can get it here: http://www.dvddecrypter.com/index.php?act=download
It has new options for setting layer breaks. You can either do it manually or let it calculate an optimal break. It also states that loading the MDF file it creates, as opposed to the iso, will give better 1:1 backups for DL disks. This is a major leap forward from earlier versions which basically seemed to always give a bad burn. (would not properly move to second layer.)
Has anyone experimented with this new version yet? Good DL burning software is still hard to come by and if anyone can do it, its DVD Decryptor, IMO.
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I haven't tried it as yet, but it does sound like a good move towards the solution I am seeking."It's getting to the point now when I'm with you, I no longer want to have something stuck in my eye..."
Originally Posted by adam