Originally Posted by Gene Gajewski
I don't see any reason why 2:30 wouldmt go on a DL disc without good results. I think the issue of getting someone to reproduce the disc for you is a non-starter. If the disc run is low enough, it wouldn't appear to be economcal to make pressed discs and as for 'burned' discs, it's not out of the question to do that them yourself.
I was referring to burned discs not pressed discs. The issue is with compatibility of burned DL discs. IF you are doing it for yourself and confirm they play in your players that is just fine. They don't all play in all players consistently so they are a non starter for general distribution whoever makes them. That's why the copy houses will not use them.