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I recorded a DVD on dual layer DVD

I recorded a 105 minutes long movie on a dual-layer DVD. Now it only plays up to 54 minutes then the playback freezes. I tested it on various DVD players and computers and everytime it freezes at almost the same spot.
I also tried to copy the DVD but I get the same errors.

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    The size of the movie is 6.8GB

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The size of the movie in terms of gb?
may be after writing first layer of the dvd, while going to 2nd layer problem starts

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