I have been using Nero CD-DVD Speed for DVD Movie Disk Quality Purposes for a few weeks and feel that I am beginning to get a feel for which disks , speeds etc produce a decent burn- and more importantly which disks to avoid.
Question - If I start out with an old DVD Movie - which DVD speed shows to be producing poor results (PI error average 160, max 450, PI failure average
2.99, max 15) then using DVD shrink and Nero I copy the movie to a better quailty DVD I then get better results on the new DVD ( PI error average 2.07, max 12, PI failure average 0.11, max 7).
Is the new DVD really "better" ?
I don't see how the copy can be better than the original. Is it just that the data is not better but the new DVD is more reliable and likely to continue to play well ?
So - is it worth going thru old DVD's and re-recording to better DVD's ?