I just recently pulled the BlackLab Pitt night 1 DVD and it is in Dual Layer Format. I am planning on also, getting the second show which probably is in same format. My problem is I am not familiar with this format and I don't believe I have players or dvds that support dual layer format. What is a solution to this? Is there a way to convert to standard format?What is everyones take on this?

Thanks

It's Gonna Be A Long Walk Home

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Nero has a tool(Nero Info Tool) which tells you what your DVD burner is capable of. Most DVD burners made in the last few years should be able to do it. You just need dual-layer discs. Otherwise, there is a program called DVD Shrink(freeware) that can shrink the size of DVD files to burn onto one regular DVD.
I usually mount the downloaded DVD9 (stands for Doulle Layer) into Daemon Tools and convert it with Clone DVD to DVD5 Format.

If the download is not in an image format (ISO, NRG etc) you can burn the VIDEO_TS / Audio_TS thing with Nero to an image if you select "Image Recorder" instead of your physical Burner. This will lead you to a DVD9 Image File (.nrg) which can be mounted in Daemon Tools.
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