What can i do to reduce the leadout time of my 1620?

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#1

???


#2

Do a quick scan on the disc first using Qsuite?


#3

I know only the method with Nero where you can change the settings for the leadout.


#4

Use Quikee’s WOPC Tool “Force Spin-up” button before you burn. It will reduce the lead-in and lead-out time.


#5

what does it do exactly? do i have to do it every burn?


#6

well?


#7

Well, not that many “know” what it does exactly.
Some of us have some ideas, but nothing has been confirmed sofar .

Why not ask BenQ. :slight_smile:


#8

In Nero Burning ROM,go to preferences–>expert features->Tick enable generation of short lead out.(This will write an additional 12mb to shorten the lead out process but worth the shorter wait time)


#9

entriliumc, I’m not sure we are (only) talking about the lead-out
It’s more likely about finalizing the disc. :wink:

Maybe you can test and tell us the total time consumed with (Nero’s) fast lead-out and without it. :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

Hey sorry there Igot it confused myself.By enabling a shorter lead out you should be able to save around 12mb instead.


#11

is neros option a permanent one for all software or nero only?


#12

Since it’s an option for Nero, one would think it’s for Nero only. As pinto2 suggested, test it out and let us know what you find out.