DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (Full Version)

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zebra -> DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (11/20/2004 7:29:24 AM)

Hi all!

Well, we finally released it! Pioneer PI/PO scanning for everybody - on ALL models inclusive of the A03/4/5/6/7/8 and DVR-103/4/5/6/7/8!

Go grab it here:

http://www.dvd-recordable.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=Reviews&file=index&req=showcontent&id=106

Please note, the text on the page is not current! When you download it, you are indeed downloading 3.47. We will update the text in the morning!

We look forward to seeing your results here and feedback!




KenW -> RE: DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (11/20/2004 2:28:59 PM)

How to read the DVDinfopro pioneer scans.

A little hint to everyone using this pi/po is read not pi/pif so to read the level you have to read it like this.

pi = < 280
po = < 280

I know this bit confusing as we have been told with other scans if its 8/8ecc to read it
280 and 16 or 8/1ecc 280 and 4. but po is not pif so you have to read it as 280 and 280. I hope this helps.




emperor -> RE: DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (11/23/2004 4:00:53 PM)

Nice one, now we need to test this




muchin -> RE: DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (12/3/2004 3:17:26 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: KenW

How to read the DVDinfopro pioneer scans.

A little hint to everyone using this pi/po is read not pi/pif so to read the level you have to read it like this.

pi = < 280
po = < 280

I know this bit confusing as we have been told with other scans if its 8/8ecc to read it
280 and 16 or 8/1ecc 280 and 4. but po is not pif so you have to read it as 280 and 280. I hope this helps.

It seems that the unit of measurement used is row/column for PI/PO errors, rather than byte as is reported by the ASUS drives using Nero CD-DVD Speed. Am I right or wrong?




KenW -> RE: DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (12/3/2004 3:43:45 AM)

your wrong, its the same units that kprobe and nero speed3 uses.




muchin -> RE: DVDInfoPro 3.47 Released - Supporting Pioneer PI/PO! (12/3/2004 12:01:06 PM)

The unit reported by Nero CD-DVD Speed for ASUS drives is byte, whereas those for other drives are row or column.




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