So the MacPro is "Dual Layer" capable, at least that's what it says on the box. So what exactly does that mean?<br><br>I know that dual layer DVDs exist, but the only real mention of it on Apple's site is a listing for a spindle of them in the store.<br><br>Will the MacPro burn them, or just read them? <br><br>When burning, is it a similar process (other than it takes twice as long to burn the 8.5gigs) as regular DVDs?<br><br>I would love to get twice as much video onto a DVD (transfer from my old high8 camcorder videos), but only if its playable on a standard DVD player... anyone with experience with these DVDs have time to share your thoughts?<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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