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  06-22-2016, 09:18 AM
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I've been having trouble with this. I thought DVD workshop did DVD 9s. Any help please. I have a DVD waiting to be burned a watched.
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Yes.

You cannot burn DVD9 in DVDWS2, but you should not try anyway. Even with DVD5 (SL) media, Ulead DVDWS2 was a terrible burner. Use Imgburn to burn.

I author DVD9 all the time.

There's nothing special in DVDWS2 that says "make DVD9", as it was aimed at high-end consumer, and was released at a time when DVD9 DVD+R DL was still a sci-fi tech fantasy.

Remember, there are guides and other topics for DVDWS at www.digitalFAQ.com in the forum.
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