32x recording defined in Orange Book

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#1

I just posted the article 32x recording defined in Orange Book.

Submitted by: arnesr
Source: http://www.licensing.philips.com/

High Speed CD-RW
May 10, 2000: Orange book Part III: CD-RW Volume 2 High Speed Version 1.0, dated May 2000 has been released…

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#2

Which isn’t really a big saving if you think about it… an 8X recorder can do a CD in under 10 mins, whereas a 32X (4x as fast) only saves you 7 mins, which isn’t substantial. A 64X will save you maybe 1.5 mins more. Can you really risk a buffer?


#3

I agree, I think the limit of speed burning is reached with 8 or 10 speed.

It’s better to focuss on stuff like DVD and how to make that more userfriendly etc…

The more can go on ONE CD the better!


#4

I think 32x would be wonderful. If the cost of the burners are maintained and utilize burn-proof for buffer probs… I would buy one and i know atleast 5 others that would too… 8-10 is way too slow for most ppl.


#5

They’re speaking of “constant angular recording speed of about 32 revolutions/second”, that’s NOT the same as 32x recording!!!

It “defines LINEAR recording speeds at 4x-10x nominal CD-speed”.

Learn to read before you post stuff, ZiSE.


#6

Because most of you can’t read English very well, I’ll translate the important part of that message:

Dit document definieert de lineaire opnamesnelheid tussen 4x en 10x, dit houdt de mogelijk in om de CD tegen 32 TOEREN PER SECONDE te beschrijven.

nogmaals: 32 toeren per seconde is NIET gelijk aan 32x speed.


#7

I was gonna say the same thing too… I think that the CD recorders are at their peak anywayz, Im more interested in the DVD recording technology at this point and how fast they are gonna get…


#8

Is there a good dependable Burning Software that is Consistant or stable enough for 8X and above?
I agree that anything over 8X is a bit questionable. Don’t get me wrong they might do the job but how often is the burning software CONSISTANT with out have a few coasters?
It be great if some of this effort would have been focused in making a Good software that wouldn’t have to be patched forever only to do the job just!!! as oppose keep pushing the speed higher and higher!


#9

My 12x Plextor is great. Don’t know if you need better. 6 minutes for a full cd. I can’t even write the cover and turn it around before the cd is finished. 32x would be cool, but it would most likely require faster computers and harddisks.


#10

I think 12x is fast enough ! If the same speed is reached for CDRW that should be the end! I only have a old 4x at the Moment takes 20min. for a full CD. I have the time, but I’m sure I’ll get one of the 12x beasts soon


#11

I think 12x is fast enough ! If the same speed is reached for CDRW that should be the end! I only have a old 4x at the Moment takes 20min. for a full CD. I have the time, but I’m sure I’ll get one of the 12x beasts soon


#12

Will such high-speed CD-RW drives be backward compatible with the current 4x CD-RW discs? And will it be able to use current 4x CD-RW discs with such new drives? Is something said about compatibility in the specification?


#13

I read somewhere that the new CDRW media is not backwards compatible for now. But I think they said something about firmwareupgrades.


#14

nounou kom ik helemaal niet meer beneden!!!