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What is the threshold for PI/PO tests with DVDInfoPro - 7/22/2005 7:33:56 AM   
jbelder


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Hi guys, Can you tell me what the ma is for a good burn with DVDInfoPro I saw some where it was 280/75 280 max on PI and 75 max on PO which scale is the most important? Any help would be appreciated Thanks


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RE: What is the threshold for PI/PO tests with DVDInfoPro - 7/22/2005 10:51:38 PM   
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It actually depends on the drive you use. ;)

If your scanning back with LiteOn, BenQ or NEC hardware, the tolerances are as follows:

*For parity inner measurement (PI), your scans should be <=280 in scale
*For parity outer measurement (PO), your scans should be <=32 in scale


However, this changes, if your using a Pioneer based drive to report back partiy information....

*For parity inner measurement (PI), your scans should be <=280 in scale
*For parity outer measurement (PO), your scans should be <=280 in scale

Hope it helps!



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RE: What is the threshold for PI/PO tests with DVDInfoPro - 7/24/2005 9:49:51 AM   
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Thank You It does
 Jim   
quote:

ORIGINAL: zebra

It actually depends on the drive you use. ;)

If your scanning back with LiteOn, BenQ or NEC hardware, the tolerances are as follows:

*For parity inner measurement (PI), your scans should be <=280 in scale
*For parity outer measurement (PO), your scans should be <=32 in scale


However, this changes, if your using a Pioneer based drive to report back partiy information....

*For parity inner measurement (PI), your scans should be <=280 in scale
*For parity outer measurement (PO), your scans should be <=280 in scale

Hope it helps!




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