I’ve got a small question for ya’ll if that’s okay…
Okay, so I thoroughly enjoy the “Create Disc” feature that the latest CD-DVD Speed program has built into it. I personally LOVE seeing how well a disc burns, like if unusual dips occur due to scratches on my media and stuff…
So I was just wondering, how effective would it be for me to burn my DVD-Video ISO’s through this program? I need to burn at DAO I think… but CD-DVD Speed only has TAO as the next available option besides SAO.
Is TAO good enough to burn a DVD-Video image with? The discs I create are for use on standalones, so my goal is to retain as much compatibility as possible.
I also don’t want to run PIE/PIF scans on each disc if I don’t have to… a simple “Create Disc” graph shows me most of what I need to know – like consistency when burning at 8X P-CAV.
You see, I’ve done a few test on bad media to compare results against… and by bad I mean scratched high-quality media. And I’ve noticed how my burner slows down to try and compensate for the defects in the disc – and I like seeing that, so much that I’d want to see if for every burn!
Currently I use ImgBurn, but all that shows me is buffer levels. It’s a great program though… I just thought I’d give Nero CD-DVD speed a shot, you know?
Thanks to anyone for reading this unecessarily long post! I think I have a tendancy to type a lot.