For those of you that don't know, HD-BURN squeezes 2 times as much data onto a standard CDR.
The sanyo website says this about the HD-BURN technology.
" HD-Burn achieves a 134.3 % improvement in reduction of minimum size and 148.9 % improvement in error correction, with an overall improvement of 2 times in recording capacity."
What I'd like to know is this. The actual increase in data storage is only increased by 35%. So does that mean that the rest is just a reduction in error correction code.
The sanyo website suggests it's perfect for video. So are we comparing this to the original MODE2 for cd's. basic error detection code, but not enough to actuially reconstruct the data?
In this case, we'd really only have enough error code for video, and HD-BURN wouldn't be suitable for programs or any sort of data storage.
What does everyone think?