I would have a question that would somehow connect here, so I thought I won’t start a new topic (it’s about LS media and LS working method).
I’ve heard that if I think the picture is not dark enough (the one I’ve just made with lightscribe) then all I have to do is put it back and burn it again, since it will start from the same spot it started before.
Then again I’ve saw a rotated second burn already, so I would like to get to know if I put it back then “it starts on the same spot” means there’s some code on it that tells the burner to start ALWAYS from that certain spot nomatter in which position I put it in or if I put it back (second, third etc…time )I have to pay attention how it was in it (therefore it’s better if I don’t even take it out I just make a second burn knowing it won’t be dark enough with the first one)? How does this work now? Please help.