ImgBurn is probably the best free DVD burning tool for Windows (Windows 8 compatible) users. It is designed to burn image files to CD/DVD and create image files from discs/files/folders. A dual layer DVD can store data on two layers and the capacity is two times as a single layer DVD. Dual layer is also called Double Layer and often written as DVD+R DL (DVD+R9) or DVD-R DL (DVD-R9).
In this article, you will learn how to burn a dual layer DVD with ImgBurn easily and fast. Here we take how to burn video-ts folder to dual layer DVD as an example.Can't burn any dual layer discs with ImgBurn? Read this tutorial to learn how to burn DVD Video-TS folder to dual layer discs with ImgBurn.
1. Insert your blank writable dual layer DVD into your computer drive and launch ImgBurn. Choose "Write files/folders to disc" from the six modes or select Build mode from "Tools" on the main menu.
2. Now add files to ImgBurn. Drag and drop the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folder to ImgBurn Source box or click the Browse for a folder button to search the DVD folders you want to burn from your hard drive. For "Destination", make sure the drive matches your computer's DVD writer drive.
3. Click the calculator button on the right to set your dual DVD layer break point. You can see a window similar to the above picture and choose the bit for the layer jumping.
4. Make some settings for the dual layer DVD burning with ImgBurn. On the Device tab, Write Speed is recommended as AWS (The highest burning speed). Under Options tab, you'd better choose ISO9660+UDF as File System.
5. When you have finished all the settings, you can click the Burn button on the left to start burning a dual layer DVD and just wait for ImgBurn to finish the burning process.
Tips: ImgBurn is great for burning dual layer DVD in some way. But ImgBurn cannot decrypt DVD protections, which means you cannot copy protected DVD to ISO or DVD discs.
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