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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/18/2005 3:25:49 PM   
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According to Plextor, GigaREC just reduces the disc's rotational speed during recording. No idea why burnproof can't work when it's enabled...

As to the different color thing: Do you mean going from green to yellow to red instead of bright blue to dark blue, like the weapon or shield status of star ships in bridge commander?

As to saving as PNG, I would have done that already if I had found some easily usable PNG code :P This way I could even have separate resolutions for the saved pictures...


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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/18/2005 3:42:05 PM   
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alex i think PNG code is free available, but cannot be 100% since i am not a programmer

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/18/2005 3:45:56 PM   
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I know, but I said *easily* usable :D Last time i googled for it, i found a link that was dead. I even bookmarked it and voilĂ  it's alive again O_O ok, so PNG output is possible to do :P


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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/18/2005 3:49:53 PM   
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Great news!

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/18/2005 3:52:08 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: alexnoe

According to Plextor, GigaREC just reduces the disc's rotational speed during recording. No idea why burnproof can't work when it's enabled...


That's what I always thought and what always sounded logical to me ... adjusting the CLV speed according to the GigaREC factor (0.8 is exactly what Audio Master was ... just switch from 1.2 m/s to 1.4 m/s linear velocity)

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As to the different color thing: Do you mean going from green to yellow to red instead of bright blue to dark blue, like the weapon or shield status of star ships in bridge commander?


lol ... exactly ... or just marking the highest values with a darker colour so it is easier to spot them (especially for PIF, this would be useful IMO)


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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/20/2005 2:14:46 AM   
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Another question ... would it be possible to create a picture that uses different colours for error numbers instead of colour shades ? I sometimes find it quite hard to spot the max. error value if these occur around rather isolated ECC blocks.


That begs the question of: If you can't see them very well, are they really serious enough to be concerned with?

Although, on the whole, I agree with you, I'd like to see something done to make it a little easier to read in those cases.


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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/20/2005 2:20:24 AM   
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BTW, the link in your signature is broken

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/20/2005 4:37:45 AM   
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I've uploaded a new PxScan. It now has automatic file name generation, so that the output file name will probably be unique and that renaming is not really necessary any longer (it can add manufacturer id, name of scanning device, and date and time when the scan was finished, to the filename).

For all the visual stuff in PxView, well, that will take a bit longer :P

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/21/2005 5:56:41 AM   
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alex thanks for the new build, i will try it later today

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/23/2005 11:54:26 AM   
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Just found out how to do this:

:)

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/24/2005 2:50:10 AM   
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Oh can you know recognize the drive ID and SN from DVD-R/RW media?

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/24/2005 4:15:23 AM   
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Yep. However, the firmware version does not seem to be stored, and it does not work on DVD+ media. Finally, there is an advantage of DVD+ over DVD- :D

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/24/2005 1:32:56 PM   
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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/24/2005 3:17:43 PM   
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First update: The TA view can be toggled now between the "old" mode and one where you don't need to go to fullscreen to see something...

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/25/2005 8:26:04 AM   
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go go alex, hopefully soon we will compare PXScan with Plextools XL

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RE: PxScan, PxView Utility for Plextor Users - 2/25/2005 12:16:50 PM   
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From what i've seen on cdfreaks, PlexTools Prof XL is the greatest bag of air ever sold

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