Certainly a possibility but unlikely as they are jewel case Plextor branded 8x DVD+R’s which burned just fine at 16x with my 1620, it is strange they started out so bad but they do seem to be getting better with each burn.
Media: Sony DVD+R(YUDEN000 T02) 50/cakebox
Overburn: Disabled(QSuite 2.0)
Media: Plextor DVD-R 5er
Burner: Benq DW 1640 FW BSKB
Software: DVD Decrypter 18.104.22.168
Burnspeed possible: 16x
Burnspeed selected: 12x
So, I wanted to know how the discs perform without the new techniques.
I don’t like the results, BSJB seems to perform better atm
Try backing up a movie with WOPC on, Solidburn enabled using CloneDVD2 for the fun of it.
Well, this is my first scan with K, MCC 004 burned @ 16x .
The disc came from a 10pack Verbatim +R and all the other discs burned with BSJB ( @12 and 16x ) were excellent. I really don’t know what went wrong with this one.
Gonna try enabling Solidburn next time.
OK…I did a burn using my Fujifilm 8X -R disks…Funny result with the Inkjet Printable ones (Prodisc)…they burned at 2X all the way through even though rated at 8X…forget that one!
Now…my other Fujifilm are 8X -R Taiyo Yuden…here are the results…Guess what I don/t get is why quality score is 00…
Most probably because you got 172 POF’s…
@ all, can WOPC be disabled when you chose Solid Burn?
Don’t have a 1640 by my own
EDIT: pinto2, guess we posted at the same time
I am happy with this. First disc
Fuji T02 1159
Burn speed 12
BTW how do I enabled overburning?
EDIT: Nevermind. If you enable overburn in your burning prog it will work.
BTW what is a ‘safe’ amount to enabled for both + and -R? Here for instance it says this CMC AE1 can do 4603. I know it will never burn that much in reality and +R’s will overburn slightly less. So what amount can I try for both formats? 4580 perhaps?
Maxell +R 4x(MAXELL 001)
4X @12X(overspeed 300%)
BenQ 1640 just released in the U.S.A. Give it time for more firmware updates and the BenQ 1640 will produce just as good quality writes overburning as the BenQ1620
bobmitch you are scanning at Maximum try it at 8X like the others here and see what you get.
Not bad with these media the second burn had a small improvement over the first but nothing to write home about.
Brand: Datawrite Classic Yellowtop
MID: Prodisc R03
Media: 8x DVD+R
Burn speed: 12x
Solidburn : Enabled
When you scan at maximum it defaults to 8x.
Best scan yet…
MCC004 burnt at 16x with BSKB.
Default options, no overspeed, no solid burn activated.
Was that with stock strategy? you didn’t use MSCE ?
Holy crap, the peaks at the end are gone! Woooo.
Can’t wait to play around with this when I get home.