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  • DVD Copy Not Enough Space To Hold Data ?

    When I want to copy a DVD, I copy it to an ISO file. Later on, I use DVD Copy to try and burn it to disk. That way, I have the ISO file in case anything happens to the disk. Whenever I try to burn the disk from an ISO file, DVDFAB "detects writable media in drive" and then immediately says "Copy Process Complete".

    Burn Log
    Burn Iso 2012-10-09 21:20:05 --------------------------------------------------
    21:20:05 Info IsoFile: /Users/MyMac/Documents/DVDFab/ISO/THE_MOVIE.iso
    21:20:05 Info WriteMode: 4
    21:20:05 Info LayerBreak: 0
    21:20:05 Error No enough space to hold data. 2764832 > 2295104
    21:20:11 Info Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:07


    Internal Log
    0m 33.63s: Init burn engine successful.
    0m 34.85s: StartNotify successful.
    0m 44.07s: opening iso /Users/MyMac/Documents/DVDFab/ISO/THE_MOVIE.iso
    0m 44.07s: got media type 4
    0m 44.09s: got disc type 10
    0m 44.09s: got max lba 2764831
    0m 44.09s: type DVD-VIDEO
    0m 44.09s: volume label THE_MOVIE
    0m 44.12s: got copyright 0 0
    0m 44.17s: got udf/iso
    0m 44.21s: got discinfo
    0m 44.21s: pathplayer enabled
    0m 44.44s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_19 cell_2 sector_2117 count_4
    0m 44.44s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_23 cell_1 sector_25787 count_3
    0m 44.71s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_14 cell_1 sector_547 count_4
    0m 44.73s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_20 cell_1 sector_13942 count_4
    0m 44.73s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_1 sector_0 count_12
    0m 44.75s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_2 sector_75 count_12
    0m 44.75s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_3 sector_150 count_12
    0m 44.76s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_4 sector_229 count_12
    0m 44.76s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_5 sector_304 count_12
    0m 44.76s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_7 cell_1 sector_375 count_7
    0m 45.20s: got dvdinfo
    0m 45.20s: opened dvd


    DVDFab 8.2.1.3 (2012/10/09 21:18:39)

    0m 00.47s: Start check info : multi
    0m 00.47s: Start get sys number.
    0m 00.48s: Serial number is: C4DBB18E-CEFA-5C25-A770-AD50E9A8F664
    0m 00.50s: GPUAccelerate: 0
    0m 00.50s: CUDA cap: 0
    0m 00.50s: Support coreavc decode: 0
    0m 00.50s: Graphics info: : :
    0m 00.51s: Qt Translator file load success
    0m 00.68s: Load config successful.
    0m 00.68s: Init profile data driver sucessful.
    0m 00.80s: Times of connecting error is: 0
    0m 01.37s: Load profiles from "/Applications/DVDFab.app/Contents/MacOS/" successful.
    0m 01.40s: Init GPU settings sucessful.
    0m 01.41s: End check info.
    0m 01.41s: option dvd2dvd 0 dvd2mobile 1 bluray2bluray 1 bd2mobile 1 bd23d 1 bd2dvd 1 file2dvd 1 file2bluray 1 file2mobile 1 filemover 1
    0m 01.41s: dvd2dvd:dvd2mobile:blu-ray2blu-ray:blu-ray2mobile:blu-ray23d:blu-ray2dvd:file2mobile:file2dvd:file2bluray:
    0m 01.53s: Config ExBar successful.
    0m 01.53s: dvd2dvd have 8 elements.
    0m 01.60s: dvd2mobile have 29 elements.
    0m 02.01s: blu-ray2blu-ray have 4 elements.
    0m 02.03s: blu-ray2mobile have 21 elements.
    0m 02.33s: blu-ray23d have 6 elements.
    0m 02.41s: blu-ray2dvd have 1 elements.
    0m 02.43s: file2mobile have 28 elements.
    0m 02.84s: file2dvd have 1 elements.
    0m 02.86s: file2bluray have 1 elements.
    0m 02.99s: Config work ui controls successful.
    0m 46.51s: Start get sys number.
    0m 46.51s: Serial number is: C4DBB18E-CEFA-5C25-A770-AD50E9A8F664
    0m 47.05s: Times of connecting error is: 0
    0m 51.82s: Init burn engine successful.
    0m 53.06s: StartNotify successful.
    1m 01.73s: opening iso /Users/MyMac/Documents/DVDFab/ISO/THE_MOVIE.iso
    1m 01.73s: got media type 4
    1m 01.73s: got disc type 10
    1m 01.73s: got max lba 2764831
    1m 01.73s: type DVD-VIDEO
    1m 01.73s: volume label THE_MOVIE
    1m 01.77s: got copyright 0 0
    1m 01.77s: got udf/iso
    1m 01.78s: got discinfo
    1m 01.78s: pathplayer enabled
    1m 01.79s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_19 cell_2 sector_2117 count_4
    1m 01.79s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_23 cell_1 sector_25787 count_3
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_14 cell_1 sector_547 count_4
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_20 cell_1 sector_13942 count_4
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_1 sector_0 count_12
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_2 sector_75 count_12
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_3 sector_150 count_12
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_4 sector_229 count_12
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_6 cell_5 sector_304 count_12
    1m 01.80s: button: vts_5 menu_1 pgc_7 cell_1 sector_375 count_7
    1m 02.20s: got dvdinfo
    1m 02.20s: opened dvd

  • #2
    Looks like you need to compress it a little Ozzie. It's a little too big for the single layer blank.
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    • #3
      Single Layer, I was using a dual layer.
      Maybe I selected DVD5 instead of DVD9.
      Will check it again. Where does it show
      it's a single layer disc?
      Last edited by Ozzie; 10-10-2012, 01:56 AM.

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      • #4
        Your burner is seeing a +R single layer blank?
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        • #5
          Thats interesting. Just tried it again with the same results.
          I made sure I selected DVD9 and it is a +R DL disc.

          Now what do I do?

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          • #6
            I would try a different blank and failing that reboot the system.
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            • #7
              Thanks for your Help!

              I was able to burn the iso file to the very same disc using the iMacs Disc Utility.
              However I am no longer able to burn it from DVDFab.

              Like you said DVDFab SEE's a Single Layer despite Disc Utility seeing a DL disc.

              Is there something on DVDFab common settings I need to change to correct this?
              I would like to continue to rip to iso and burn with the same software like I have been
              so far.

              Thanks Again
              Last edited by Ozzie; 10-10-2012, 02:17 AM.

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              • #8
                I think your file size is outside the safety margin built into Fab. In common settings/Write check the size for DVD-9, the actual size of a DL+R is 8,547,991,552 and my guess it's set less than 8547mb.
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                • #9
                  In Common settings under Write (DVD9) shows as 8100 as default.
                  I have an option in the drop down menu of selecting 8152 for (DVD+R DL)
                  or customize size.
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                  • #10
                    My Verbatim disc show a limit of 8.5 GB, I know we do not like to burn to the very limit but these are the same disc I have always used with know issue. Whats interesting is the iso file is only 5.66GB. These are my options on the drop down menu, should I change it?
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                    Last edited by Ozzie; 10-10-2012, 02:30 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Select customize and set it where you want, I would not exceed 8500 on +R and never ever use a DL-R period.
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                      Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
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                      • #12
                        OK will do that.

                        What do you feel is a comfortable number to set it at?

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                        • #13
                          If you use high quality blanks like Verbatim I would set it to 8500. Fab sets it so it won't write too close to the outer edge where the speed is maximum and errors are prone to occur.
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                          Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
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                          • #14
                            Perfect.

                            I am glad you noticed the limit DVDFab had on the disc. I am not sure what it was set to before nor why it got changed since it was working before.
                            Just glad you caught it for me!

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                            • #15
                              Hi Ozzie
                              If I may also add, either your registration has expired or your keys did not stick.
                              Your logs are showing your expired.
                              CBR929
                              Last edited by CBR929; 10-10-2012, 03:04 AM.
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