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DVD burning help?


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So i posted a thread before and i got some different answers here's my dilema. I just got a LaCie dual layer DVD burner. When i burn the dual layer DVD's they won't play on my regular dvd player. How come? It plays dvd+r when i burn them. Someone told that was because regular dvd players can't play dual layer dvd's. But most of the the new DVD's are dual layer and i can't fit what i am doing on a regular DVD+R. What i'm trying to fit on a disk is more than 4.7 gigs which is how much a dvd+r holds. My question is how can i play dual layer dvd's in my dvd player and if not then can i somehow fit more 4.7GH on a regular DVD+R?
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