Best quality: burning at 4x in CLV or at 8x in ZCLV?

vbimport

#1

I have Verbatim DVD+R 8x and NEC 3520A F/W 1.UC
To receive best quality I have to burn at 4x in CLV or at 8x in ZCLV ? :bow:


#2

well… i have no direct answer for you.

But why dont you burn 2 dvds … one CLV and the other ZCLV and scan the discs to see which disc is better ? :stuck_out_tongue:

3520 has PI/PIF scanning now :slight_smile:


#3

Because I would like that some expert person is giving me a definitive word about that :bigsmile:


#4

Burn 2 dvds … one CLV and the other ZCLV and scan the discs to see which disc is better . =P


#5

Definitively, this is an “expert person” opinion… :iagree:


#6

:bow: Verbatim 8x (HQ media) is made for 8x burns, so the quality for 8x will be perfect. No need for 4x.


#7

Burn 2 dvds … one CLV and the other ZCLV and scan the discs to see which disc is better . =P


#8

nice to know ‘expert’ ppl agree with me 2 :slight_smile:


#9

Originally Posted by Dee-27
@Maciste
8X is best for those discs, some will burn nicely at 12X
This is the definitive word about that… she is THE EXPERT !!! :bow:


#10

Heh… nobody can predict how your disc will behave with your Nec 3520… only you.


#11

I was just asking because I know that the writing in CLV is far better than in ZCLV, and I was reading a lot msg different about speed to put on the NEC.
With the CD-R if I write at 16x I am sure 100% to have a better cd than if I write it to 48x… :slight_smile: