Recently I wanted to test out the new 12x BR drive - Pioneer BDR-205. I setup in build mode a 22 GB movie (spiderman) to be burned on MEI RA1 001 (Panasonic 6x 25 GB) BD media. I set the automatic write speed for the media and drive at 12x (the drives max. supported speed for the media). I also set the Advanced settings for Pioneer drives to disable the optimal drive speed. When I initiated the burn I got a write speed miscompare warning saying …wanted 12x… got 10x…
However, when the burn continued, it went up to 11.8x anyway:doh:
Can someone help me understand why I got the warning in the first place, and what to do about it?
Also why did it end up writing past 10x anyway?
Here is the burn log:
W 01:47:07 Write Speed Miscompare! - Wanted: 53,940 KB/s (12x), Got: 44,950 KB/s (10x)
I 01:47:07 Advanced Settings - Optimal Writing Speed: No
I 01:57:58 Average Write Rate: 36,848 KB/s (8.2x) - Maximum Write Rate: 52,888 KB/s (11.8x)
And here is the screenshot of the ibg of the burn: