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Monday, January 13, 2003
Testing media quality

1. Introduction

Testing Media Quality - Page 1

Introduction

Most users possibly have this question in their minds. How can we test a burned disc? Are there any special utilities for this propose? To answer to that question, we have tested all existing utilities that can be used with normal CD/DVD-ROM & CD-RW drives.

In general we can seperate the utilities in three major categories:

- Utilities that check the idegrity of a pressed/burned disc:

- Utilities with the ability to measure C1/C2 errors of a pressed/burned disc

- Utilities that use C2 error information to extract Audio files from an Audio disc:




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