PIE graph related to what you burn?

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#1

Hi, I find that certain ISO will have high PIE no matter how many times I burn them. Is PIE and the content you burn related somehow? anyone knows? thanks!


#2

Is this an ISO others can get/create? Be interesting to see if others can replicate that.


#3

I think it have a matter what u burn, many small files give u worst graph, big files i think are better


#4

I had no problems to burn smaller or bigger files!
Just usin a quality media like TY burnin them 4x-12x and I get
always very good results with PIE/PIF.
With crappy media for example it’s normally to get higher PIEs, it’s recommended
to burn them at a lower speed!
Remember the PIE are always a little bit higher at the end of a full disc.


#5

typically, but not always…


#6

If the file is on your hard drive, there is a chance that’s it badly fragmented and this might cause the problem. If your copying directly from a DVD - the original may be of marginal quality and can’t feed the data fast enough.

Copy or re-copy the DVD to a different part of your hard drive and give it another go.

I assume you’ve gotten good results with the media in question at the speed your burning?