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burn 921129kb ??? - 12/15/2002 4:12:37 PM   
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RE: burn 921129kb ??? - 12/15/2002 6:53:41 PM   
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Im *theory* yes. You could put up to 997,595KB or 974MB on a mode 2 99min CD-R.... but I REALLY wouldn't suggest it! unless it was a VCD or audio CD. Overburning that much is pretty reliable (with the right media of course) WITH error correction, but removing most of the ECC would probably have undesirable effects down the road.


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RE: burn 921129kb ??? - 12/15/2002 8:22:07 PM   
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it's a divx...

now, what did u say? [in simple english?]
error correction,ecc...?

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RE: burn 921129kb ??? - 12/16/2002 12:15:13 AM   
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Well, over time you'll get more pops and glitches, but it probably won't be that noticable.

Mode 2 (specifically mode 2 form 2) uses less error correction (ECC stands for error correction code I think...something simaler at LEAST) then the standard data format, known as mode 1. basically you use 2342 bytes per sector of the CD instead of 2048, which results in more space. Normally the extra space is used for storing extra information to fix minor bugs, like scratches and fingerprints. Using mode 2 (specifically mode 2 form 2) means that your CD will have a shorter lifespan, because it will not be able to resist as many fingerprints and scratches.

I havn't figured out a way to make a standard compilation using mode 2 form 2 yet, but maybe Nero can't do it (??? I don't know). I'm sure another member of this forum has that information however.

by the way, the reason I say mode 2 form 2 is because mode 2 form 1 only uses 2048 bytes per sector, and is no different (in terms of capacity) then mode 1.

If this didn't help explain it, there are some good essays in the articles section of this webpage. Good Luck!


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RE: burn 921129kb ??? - 12/16/2002 3:00:07 AM   
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where are you getting these crazy size of .avi files from? you should tell the person encoding the videos to use a divx calculator.

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RE: burn 921129kb ??? - 12/16/2002 9:23:15 AM   
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Well, I'd probabaly want to use the whole 99min if possible too!
However, I don't have the time to playing with those kind of things anymore


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