I have a question for some of you professionals!! ?
Can you overburn DVDs so that you can fit more data on them ?
This is just a little question, but my main question for you all are:
- Can you fake a CD into thinking that it is a DVD???
I have made some technical research on CD media and this is what I found out:
- a CD media has a preroll media info track, where it is stored what size the CD is
- a CD media possible have the tracks to be written physcial printed on it before recording - I hereby mean that a CD media can only be written by a red-laser technology not a blue-laser technology.
However I have these ideas in order to let it be possible to overwrite a CD:
- You do not need to have the full size of a DVD, but maybe around 1.3 GB of data on a CD should be possible, I think.
- You would possible need to ***** the firmware in a DVD recorder, because it stores information about what to do when it reads a CD media - here you should fake it into believe the size of a CD is e.g. 1.3 GB.
- You should make a software recorder utility that can support recording in these not standard sizes.
- You need an overview over the important differences between a CD media and DVD media and recording on CD / DVD.
Anyone dare to support my idea ?
When can it be done ?
Kristian Reesen Skouboe firstname.lastname@example.org