Olli mentioned in the 'CloneCD Experienced Users Forum' of this board that for CloneCD Version 4, settings are split into four categories, as follows:
1.) Reader Settings - settings that solely depend on the hardware capabilities of your reader
2.) Writer Settings - settings that solely depend on the hardware capabilities of your writer
3.) Read Profile - settings that depend on the type of media you wish to copy
4.) Write Profile - settings that depend on the type of media you wish to copy
From reading numerous posts on this board and reading the help functions of CloneCD itself, I can see that by disabling any Reader Setting or Writer Setting that function will cease to work regardless of what the Profile calls for.
My question is, is the reverse also true of false. In other words, if certain functions in Reader Settings and Writer Settings are enabled (say by default), will they be used regardless if you have set up certain Profiles to disable some of those functions?
Two classic examples of this are:
In Reading Settings does 'Allow reading of Subchannel Data from Data Tracks', 'Allow reading of Subchannel Data from Audio Tracks' and 'Allow reading of CD-Text from Audio CDs' all checked interfere with the 'SafeDisc (1/2/2.51) - no AWS' reading Profile (created by G@M3FR3@K & FutureProof) not using any of these functions?
In Writer Settings does 'Allow Amplify Weak Sectors' checked allow the 'SecuRom' writing Profile (created by G@M3FR3@K & FutureProof) to work correctly via not using this function?
Apologies in advance if this question has been asked before, however this is important information for me as I am using more than 1 reader and 1 writer in the same system for CloneCD.
Thanks in advance for any help and answers you can all provide.