How can I understand a cd/dvd writer support RAW-MODE?

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#1

hi
How can I understand a cd/dvd writer support RAW-MODE ?

I need to buy a cd/dvd writer.

help me.:wink:


#2

Most newer writers support CD RAW reading & writing (2352) so that shouldn’t be a problem. DVD RAW writing isn’t supported by any drives, the best you can read/write for DVD is (2048 - user data) - there are a handful that support 2064 (reading) but no apps support those yet and you can’t write at 2064 anyway.

So any new DVD writer should be fine, I like Plextors the 760 is cheap now and works well but you may want a better one (faster).


#3

[B]Thanks to your response[/B]
Which model pelextor better?
You can take names?
I’m an amateur.Possibly explain more?
For example : “DVD RAW writing isn’t supported by any drives” & " (2048 - user data)"


#4

If you are an amateur, then why do you “need” a DVD RAW burner??


#5

If you are an amateur, then why do you “need” a DVD RAW burner??

ok.Right
I am a student software.
In fact, I attended the University conference can provide.
Conference on the subject is " software & hardware lock".
Finally, I want to teach to how buy the good cd/dvd writer.
I simply do not explain.
If you can explain more?


#6

In that case, I would suggest you start learning more about the “media & formats” and “Copy Protections” before you go and teach people what a “good” writer is as you have to understand what you’re talking about.


#7

yes
I have done quite.I’m not much amateur
this is exactly the original point that I’ve done.
But in the proposed cd/dvd writer, I have trouble.
I just want the resources to Explain : “RAW-MODE DVD” , " what’s good writer for raw dvd?" , “(2048 - user data)”


How can I understand a cd/dvd writer support RAW-MODE ?

Is this question may be created in the minds of listeners


#8

User Data is simply the “file data” the rest of the data which would be Error Correction, Sync etc. make up the rest of the sector. RAW means copying “everything” user data + all the extra data that is not needed, except for copy protection purposes. For DVD all you can copy is the user data, can’t do RAW and get that “extra” data.

Think of a full sector like this:
Header
Sync Data
EDC (Error detection code)
ECC (Error correction code)
User Data (file data - this is all you can copy w/ dvd)

RAW copies “everything” which DVD cannot do. You can only copy the “user data” that’s it.

I hope that gives you an idea.


#9

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I hope that gives you an idea.:iagree::iagree::iagree::iagree::flower: