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Re: [ARSCLIST] CD writing speed
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- Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2006 10:33:49 -0500
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At 2:23 PM +0100 1/22/06, Jos Van Dyck wrote:
How do you know the "optimum speed" for a given media and drive?
the little bits of info i've collected (yes, pun) is that the optimum
is better predicated upon low errors than jitter. the reasoning is
the jitter can be, and usually is, eliminated in a jitter-free DAC.
this is in reference to CD-DA pre-masters.
i use the plextools and evaluate media based on error rate *and*
jitter performance, doing burns at a range of speeds to see what
happens. for audio pre-masters, i use the plexwriter wih Taiyo
silver at 16x. for data, 52x. these are for CDR. interestingly,
the jitter and error performance were best at 16, so it didn't take
too much of my brain, what there is, to make a judgement.
for DVDR archives, 8x on verbatim Medidisk and MAM-A gold DVD.
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