Lately I’ve been using Nero CD Speed to Disk Quality Scan every disk I burn, data or video, and last night got to wondering: if I get a good Disk Quality Scan result like the scan of the movie below, does that automatically equate to that movie being of good/great quality when I play it on a set-top player? (Assume that the player has always played that particular type of media just fine in the past, even w/lower-quality burns.)
Or does one have nothing to do w/the other? It would be nice to know, because usually as soon as I burn a movie, I take it to both my set-top players and skip around the disk, trying to get it to freeze/skip/pixelate. If I could bypass that step just by getting a good DQ scan, that would be great.
BTW, the disk was burned on an LG GSA-4163B–I just used the NEC to scan it.