Low read speed with clonecd 4 beta 14

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#1

i copied a few discs with the clonecd 4 , for the audio cd ' s i copied , the read speed was 4 x or maximum 8 x , i think that could be normal ,
but i copied also data cd 's ( not durty or something ) and the read speed was also only 4 x , is that normal ??
the writing of the cd 's were alright ( with good media )
i tested it with my plextor 24/10/32a ( ide ) and with my plextor 12/4/32 ( scsi ) writer , i used them as reader too ,

so : why is the read speed low ??

by the way : thankx olli , gread job !!

bye


#2

Yup, I read much faster with CloneCD 3.3.41, too…(LiteOn 40x12x48x)


#3

Have you read this thread? Did you try the search function?


#4

I saw that post Futureproof…but it seems to me clonecd4 is slightly slower in read and write on my system…but this is my impression

but a few seconds is no big deal…


#5

Originally posted by nealh
[B]I saw that post Futureproof…but it seems to me clonecd4 is slightly slower in read and write on my system…but this is my impression

but a few seconds is no big deal… [/B]

You can set “Audio extraction quality” in the Audio Profile to “Bad - fast” to speed up reading.


#6

Thanks Olli for the suggestion…would this only help improve read speed if there was an audio track??


#7

Originally posted by nealh
Thanks Olli for the suggestion…would this only help improve read speed if there was an audio track??

This would only apply to audio tracks, yes.


#8

how stupid i was , the right click , i didn ’ t know , or i missed some info , anyway,

futureproof and olli ,

thankx ,


#9

I have a similar problem… but only in audio cds… i´ve tried to change the quality of the reading but it keeps reading between 2x and 4x with my ASUS DVD E612… in CCD3 i didn´t have any problem… does anyone know why???


#10

Originally posted by Manatu
I have a similar problem… but only in audio cds… i´ve tried to change the quality of the reading but it keeps reading between 2x and 4x with my ASUS DVD E612… in CCD3 i didn´t have any problem… does anyone know why???

What selected speed for Audio Tracks is shown in the logbook?


#11

In the logbook?? (in the profile settings?) … i´ve set the speed in audio and data to 40x (the max of my drives) after i read your reply, i made some tests with a 34min audio cd:
ASUS DVD E612 -bad quality - speed= 22x
ASUS DVD E612 -best quality - speed= 4x
LG 24x10x40x -bad quality - speed= 30x
LG 24x10x40x -best quality - speed= 30x
The reading quality in CCD3 was the “bad quality” you used in CCD4?
Thank you for your attention,
MANATU


#12

>The reading quality in CCD3 was the “bad quality” you used in CCD4? <

Yes.


#13

oh… ok!
How much quality is lost for each setting (from bad to best)?