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Dual Layer DVD ISO Not Mastered Correctly

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Jan 08, 2020

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I have used Premiere Elements 14 to successfully burn my projects onto dual layer DVDs.  For making future copies of the encoded movie I decided to use Premiere Elements to also create a dual layer DVD iso file so that I can then use a program, such as ImgBurn, to then burn the dual layer DVDs on the fly without having to reencode the project in Elements.

 

However, when I try and burn the iso created by Elements I get an ImgBurn error message stating that "the image has not been mastered correctly onto a double layer (OTP Track Path) disc."  It goes on to state "None of the cells meet the DVD-Video specification criteria for a potential layer break position."

 

Is this a problem with the iso created by Elements 14 or is this an ImgBurn issue?

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Dual Layer DVD ISO Not Mastered Correctly

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I have used Premiere Elements 14 to successfully burn my projects onto dual layer DVDs.  For making future copies of the encoded movie I decided to use Premiere Elements to also create a dual layer DVD iso file so that I can then use a program, such as ImgBurn, to then burn the dual layer DVDs on the fly without having to reencode the project in Elements.

 

However, when I try and burn the iso created by Elements I get an ImgBurn error message stating that "the image has not been mastered correctly onto a double layer (OTP Track Path) disc."  It goes on to state "None of the cells meet the DVD-Video specification criteria for a potential layer break position."

 

Is this a problem with the iso created by Elements 14 or is this an ImgBurn issue?

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Try a different burning software and see if you get the same error.

Here is one:

https://cdburnerxp.se/help/

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Hi,

If you burn using a DVD-DL disc, try burning using a DVD+DL disc.

This problem also occurs with Adobe's authoring software Encore.

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I'm burning using DVD+R DL dual layer discs anyway.

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