I'm a little confused on bitsetting, as I'm getting my first bitsetting burner tomorrow, and I've searched but haven't found the answer I'm looking for, so I come with hat in hand to the geniuses here.
I understand that bitsetting +R and +RW media to the DVD-ROM booktype results in better compatibility with set-top DVD video players.
But I'm wondering how bitsetting affects the reading in a DVD drive in a computer?
If I bitset a +RW, I'm assuming I can still erase it and rewrite it again?
Also, if I bitset a +R with data on it, does it affect it's readability in a computer DVD drive?
Thanks guys, and apologies for the simple question!