Burning speed and quality

vbimport

#1

Is high burning speed result in poor burning quality?

DVD burner : DVR-115 (crossflashed to DVR-115L)
Media: Imation i-Pro DVD-R 16x (CMC MAG. AM3)

Burning at 16x
“LITE-ON_DVDRW_SHM-165P6S_MS0R_08-July-2008_14_31.png” attached

General Information
Drive: LITE-ON DVDRW SHM-165P6S
Firmware: MS0R
Disc: DVD-R (CMC MAG. AM3)
Selected speed: 8 X

PI errors
Maximum: 35
Average: 4.20
Total: 74894

PI failures
Maximum: 14
Average: 0.05
Total: 7529

PO failures: n/a

Jitter
Maximum: 11.8 %
Average: 10.31 %

Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 10:58
Number of samples: 112004
Average scanning interval: 1.27 ECC
Glitches removed: 0

Burning at 8x
“LITE-ON_DVDRW_SHM-165P6S_MS0R_30-June-2008_07_19.png” attached

General Information
Drive: LITE-ON DVDRW SHM-165P6S
Firmware: MS0R
Disc: DVD-R (CMC MAG. AM3)
Selected speed: 8 X

PI errors
Maximum: 22
Average: 2.30
Total: 41163

PI failures
Maximum: 3
Average: 0.01
Total: 1692

PO failures: n/a

Jitter
Maximum: 11.3 %
Average: 10.04 %

Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 10:59
Number of samples: 112800
Average scanning interval: 1.27 ECC
Glitches removed: 0


#2

YES

if not already using, you can set the speed for which the jitter is tested with a small program
http://club.cdfreaks.com/f44/jitter-speed-setting-tool-v3-nero-cd-dvd-speed-new-228166/

and please get some TYG02

or if on sale RITEKF1


#3

[QUOTE=troy512;2090090]YES

if not already using, you can set the speed for which the jitter is tested with a small program
http://club.cdfreaks.com/f44/jitter-speed-setting-tool-v3-nero-cd-dvd-speed-new-228166/

and please get some TYG02

or if on sale RITEKF1[/QUOTE]

Thanks for your answer and suggestion :slight_smile:


#4

I think your problem is the media you are using not the burn speed, Imation is junk media, try using Verbatins or TY’s and then you should see a great difference in the burn quality