Normally after burning a DVD, I check the CRC of the files on the burned disc and compare it to that of the source files on my hard drive. I have speed read enabled in PlexTools 2.20, but I’ve found that after ejecting the disc after a burn and re-inserting it, the basic tab of the drive settings shows that the read speed is 2X CLV. It is indeed set to that speed, because it takes about 28 minutes to read a complete disc!
I’ve found that I can force it to 5-12X CAV, and I can then read the disc in under 7 minutes, but I have to do this for each and every disc! I have speedread enabled, so shouldn’t PlexTools automatically try to read a burned DVD+R at 5-12X CAV automatically, as shown in the “DVD Read” features of the drive information?
Even pressing and holding the eject button for 3 seconds doesn’t enable it to be read quicker, maybe because PlexTools is overriding it?
I didn’t notice this problem until recently, after doing a lot of PI/PO scans, and they all are at 2X - is this the standard read speed for these types of scans? Is the 2X CLV setting being “remembered” for all reads after doing on of the Q-Check scans?
Does anybody know a way I can force PlexTools to revert to 5-12X CAV speed for DVD+R media?