didn't see that and yes your right it is straight fwd (green = testing area, yellow = errors (c2), and error # listed @ the bottom)..
if i get no c2 or "data" errors in a scandisk, and my standalone is in "perfect condition" there is no reason my svcd's should skip right (assuming the bitrates are fine for the player to read, etc)?
i notice something little, not sure exactly what it means.. i am doing this test in a dvdr drive (LGDRD8160B) , for some reason everytime the test tries to "speed up" my teac burner it hangs, doesn't get to 0%, and i gota reboot for my burner's motor to stop.. so i am burnign w/ that and testing in my dvd..
well in my dvd, the line isn't anywhere near 'clean' it goes below what would be expected for a "clean" test.. (i reallyu have no idea wtf i am talking about)..
soo , i know that the bottom number is the position of the cd (10min, 20min, 30min)
whats the 1,2,3,4,5 on the side, and should i be concerned w/ my line not being "flat"
durring the 35-55 mark it appares to make the most diffrence..