Wich is the best firmware to burn dual layer discs?

Specifically for dual layer discs, they costs so much…
In my specific scenario , using an 851@832, the media i’ll burn is a

Unique Disc Identifier : [DVD+R-DL:MKM-001-000]

Disc Type : [DVD+R DL]
Manufacturer ID : [MKM]
Manufacturer Name : [Mitsubishi Kagaku Media]
Media Type ID : [001]
Product Revision : [Not Specified]
Disc Application Code : [General Purpose]
Recording Speeds : [1x , 2.4x]
Blank Disc Capacity : [4,173,824 Sectors = 8,152.0MB = 7.96GB (8.55GB)]

[DVD Identifier - http://DVD.Identifier.CDfreaks.com]

thanks in advance

Personally I would like to think that CG3B/CG3E would do the best burn, as it uses stepped recalibrate. However, I have not seen any burn scans from CG3E yet.

I have used both vs0e and cg3e and my opnoin is that cg3e is the best of the two. Se attatched image, the burns is done on a 832 with cg3e.

Thanks persu, can u post a scan from vs0e? :smiley:

This is the reason for my question, i know cg firmware are very customized :bow: but are they also for the new DL medias? :confused:

I can’t risk 9,90E every time… :Z

Here is my result with CG3E on my 812S.

Tnx Oats, it seems to be good, for now i think i’ll try CG3E too, maybe in the future codeguys will make a DL-optimized fw :wink:

Is the first part of the graph referred to the first layer? And wich was the total amount of the written data?


My second disc wasn’t near as nice. But it still plays in my DVD player. You can look in the CG3E thread to see the results. Both DVDs were just under 8GBs.