The simple answer: You have no guts! And; No guts - No glory.
5 min.? What's the deal? => Noo.
Right answer: A Matter of Quality!
If you want to preserve something for the future - like camrecordings of your life, childhood, kids, etc. -
quality does matter. And you have to preserve it on a proper media which today is a dvd.
All done with:
Kprobe1.1.28; 4/8ECC and max UNchecked,
Cheap Imation x4 +r => RICOHJPNR01 and
Booktyped to DVD-ROM, Nero 6.3 and
similar release date of firmware;
411:FS0H - @811:HS0K and burned at 4x.
Before modding and as a norm for my earliar burns (Kprope):
PI Max: 577, Average= 319.826
Po Max: 25, Average= 1.166
With an icehockeystick PO/PI at the the end of the scan
After modding done with MK4 (Kprobe):
(The 6th burning i.e. after 4 break in burns . Th 5th is similar)
PI Max: 152, Average= 52.909
Po Max: 95, Average= 0,045
With higher PI-values at the end and 1 PO-spike which I can't see on the screen. But all all within AND well above the standards for a DVD.
Zebra AND Crew:
Thank you for doing the work Lite-On should have done regarding the quality aspect of the firmware!!
By the way: Is http://www.atomicmpc.com/ and speedlabs.org down for the moment??