1st scan of my friends' DVD

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#1

This is 1st scan of my friends’ DVD, the disc is not burn by me,
just scan. Actually, how to tell from the result to know it’s a
good burn or bad burn…? By what index…? PI/PIF/Curve…?

P.S.: I know CDFreaks use 4x scan speed as standard, but it take
too long, do 8x scan speed make a big different…?

Thanks


#2

Good scan slower would be a better scan. Scan a retail DVD and you will see what they look like.


#3

Another scan of my friends DVD, not burn by me.

Still, how to tell from the result to know it’s a
good or bad burn…? By what index…? PI/PIF/Curve…?

Thanks…!



#4

This is another good scan, there is a forum on here of how to interpet the scans, here is the link.

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=80545

usually the spikes you see in your scan are I think from burning speed shifts but you can usually ignore them and look at the rest.


#5

Thanks rwarrin,

the link you give me is very useful, I am learning
somethings new today…!

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#6

A Scan from Radius 4x DVD-R, Quite Cheap…!
How Good or Bad is it? Expert, please give comment…!

Thanks…!




#7

THe PIEs are a little higher than I personally like, but they’re still well within specs (under 280). The PIF level is perfectly fine, looks like a decent burn. BTW, that’s an interesting name for those discs. Odoroku series, odd way to spell it though. オド録 Must be a pun on 驚く :slight_smile:


#8

@Talon88
Check out [thread=80545]this thread[/thread] about Interpreting PI/PO error scans. :wink:


#9

CodeKing,

Thanks for the link, I’ve already read it a day ago. I’m already
have some basic idea to figure out how good is a burn. Just ask
to confirm if my answer is the right answer!

Anyway, The FAQ for LiteOn & the OmniPatcher is very good &
informative. Thanks CodeKing for the effort…! :iagree:
You are A+++++++


#10

Hi Two Degrees,

What does “オド録” mean in English…? Thanks…!

For more info, Please read this:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?p=828182#post828182


#11

Thanks, but you should thank code65536 for the brilliant FAQs we now have in the Liteon and Recording hardware forums. :wink:


#12

オド録 doesn’t really have a meaning (although the character “録” means “record”), but it’s pronounced “odoroku” which is the same way to say “驚く” which means “to be surprised”. I believe that’s on purpose.