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Finalizing both sides

I have finalized my disk - presumably when you finalize it does both sides at once. Perhaps I'm wrong and you have to do each side separately. Whatever! I can only play back the one side on the computer. Both play well on the camcorder.
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A Dual Layered (DVD-R DL) disc has two recording layers on the same side of the disc. No recording is made on the 'other' side of the disc.

Finalising the disc will finalise both layers. Most probably your computer DVD drive cannot read both layers of the DVD-R DL disc. DVD-R DL discs can only be played back on DVD devices that are compatible with dual layered discs.

Check your computer DVD drive spec to see whether it can read DL discs.

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