I’ve got a paradox for you. If the minimum specification with DVD+R is to record at 2.4x (and subsequently the lowest permitted recording speed on computer burners) how is it possible for standalone recorders to burn DVD+R media in real time, i.e. at 1x?
I know DVD-R are capable at recording at 1x, but I would suspect standalone recorders have a different firmware than computer which enables them to record at 1x, since a recorder cannot possibly record any faster than real time, despite all the hubbub saying you can’t burn DVD+R media at 1x… You must, otherwise a recorder wouldn’t record, surely?
Any ideas? Custom firmware that permits it to record at 1x? Perhaps it’s really recording at a faster rate? Who knows