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    Is the Layer Break for a scrubbed SSBB.iso the same as for a non-scrubbed SSBB.iso?

    I want to burn a scrubbed SSBB.iso (~7.65mb) onto a disk but I don't know if the layer break (2084960) is the same as for a non-scrubbed SSBB.iso (8.5mb). Is it?

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    Yes, it is. At least i did that and it worked.

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    Because it is scrubbed, it doesn't affect the layer break of the image, the image is always the same size, so yes, it is the same.


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    And fyi, when a game is scrubbed it simply removes all the extra filler space at the END of the disc. Super paper mario fo example is only about .4 gb and the rest is just filler. The break therefore would be in the same place since it comes in the middle of the data before the filler to fill up the disc.

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    Thanks! But actually I forgot to add the layer break and the disk still came out fine! lol

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