Do you scan right after the disc is burned?

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#1

Hi

Do you scan right after the disc is burned? Or should I wait until my drive has coolen down? Maybe a silly question, but I’ve thinked about it :confused:

Greetings
jegus


#2

I scan right after burning the disc, but I use a different drive to scan :slight_smile:


#3

I try to scan as soon as possible right after completion of burning. The more important thing I think is to record the burn time and scan time along with drive model name, firmware version, writing speed, etc.


#4

Hi
If i compare two scans, the first immediatly after burning and the second after 2 or 3 weeks, i have always a ‘degradation’ in the quality scan ( no matter the brand of the media)
first scan 97-98% quality score, 90-95% for the second scan.
Is it normal?


#5

yes, as even the smallist scratches or dust specs can cause this.


#6

I like to scan after giving the disc time to cool down and then play it and scan it again when the disc is warm again to produce 2 different but similar results.