I mean almost exactly that â†‘ .. almost ..
Scanning BD/DVD to determine the burn quality is like the same as Reading/ playback the dvd/bd in a hardware player. Whit the exception , and iam speaking from my own personal experience.
That an bad ODC scan result not ALWAY's (often not) means that the disc will not be readable in an dvd/bd hardware players !!
But REST asure, if the Discs causing problems in dvd/bd hardware player
you know that is near perfect condition (i.e not having a bad laser / other mechanical parts failing due to age/usage) .. That is when u better make an FRESH backup of that disc .. or do another TRT/QUALITY scan on it ...
And u"ll be surprised of the odc scan/trt results !!!
I know u probebly want to have insurance that the fresh burned disc is good for storage and want to do an quality scan to determine that ..
But the truth is even though the quality scan looks great, the disc may still fail to read or atleast skipps/stutter while playback in an hardware player for some odd reason you know !!
One time i spent , an whole week for an sollution to get an perfect burned DVD+R game disk (according to the quality scans) to play in an BRAND NEW ps2 machine ... YES .. an BRAND NEW ps2 console !!
but the audio from that specific DARN game alway's did skip/stutter which wos very annoying !!
Used different brands of DVD+R , othere burn speeds, rebuild the ps2 game and what not .. but no use !! heh, up untill today it remains a mistery as to why my perfect burned discs would not play nice on an bRAND new ps2 console though !!
Though , one might think about an bad ps2 lens .. but if that woud be the case, it shouldnt playback my DVD+R movies perfectly then either ..
And again , this happened with an brand new 2 weeks pristine ps2 console !!
and No, the original game disc played flawless .. so go figure !!
It wos only with 1 specific game i had this WEIRD phenomen :eek: !
I"ll never ever forget about that bad experience again :doh: