Original Macbook have Dual Layer DVD Burner?

Donz0r

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Jun 29, 2006
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I have the original macbook, 2.0ghz white w/ superdrive

Can I burn Dual Layer DVD's?

How much quality do I actually lose when I shrink to fit one regualr DVD-R?

Thanks.
 

skybolt

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Feb 20, 2005
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Nashville, TN, USA
I have the same machine, and no, you do not have dual layer. I use Toast to shrink to fit, and I don't notice any loss of quality (although I may not be as picky as a lot of folks).
 

FuzzyinLondon

macrumors newbie
Apr 14, 2007
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No it doesn't. As far as quality goes - the more over the 4.4(roughly) gig limit of a single layer DVD you go, the more quality you will lose. Simple as that.
Like another poster, I also use toast and have been fairly impressed with its compression ability. A lot of the time these days, I only want the main feature anyway which means the quality is usually excellent.