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Thursday, March 14, 2002
Cebit 2002 Show

3. CloneCD v4.0 - Page 2

Cebit 2002 - CloneCD v4.x

The CD Copy Authority strikes again! - Page 2

On the last tab "Error Handling", we can find another new feature of CloneCD. There is additional setting "Automatic" that contols the Fast Skip Error mode. CloneCD got smarter and now decides when the drive does has reading problems ,with bad sectors of protected CDs for example, enables the fast skip error to increase the drive's reading speed. When the drive passes the bad sectors, the "Fast Skip Error" is turned off to get the maximum reading quality. Now that is what i can call "Smart"! The "Intelligent Bad Sector Scanner" is always turned on with the default values of 100:

After we press ok, we press next and another graphic is displayed:

Nothing here has changed:

New Animation!

At the writing screen we can select our recorder and several "writing" templates, which guide user for the specific CD:

At the recorder settings, we can select the writing mode and the Buffer Underrun option:

At the profile settings , we can select the writing speed, Amplify Weak Sector:

Finally recording started, and we can see a new animation (0,1 bytes moving from one CD to other):

Another last improvement is at the log screen. You can now stop the scrolling (just double click upon it) and move up/down while the reading/writing process is going on:

Summary

Even the version we saw was an early 4.x build, our general impression was positive. The interface has stayed the same and now almost all the "weird" settings have been replaced with templates for both reading/writing processes. Thats good for the inexperienced users. There are several other improvements, like the Audio Extraction mode and the very good/smart "Fast Skip Error" engine. Of course, here in CeBIT we didn't had the chance to make real life testing, but shortly we will ;-)




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