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KenW -> BenQ media scan using dvdinfopro 3.05 (7/30/2004 12:19:04 AM)

BenQ 1600 B5G9 burn of video data to a ricoh R02 8x at 12x
data size 3622mb
nero 6.3.1.17
burn time 5:40

scan drive nu tech 082 B375

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KenW -> RE: BenQ media scan using dvdinfopro 3.05 (7/30/2004 12:39:28 AM)

Here is the same disk as above but scanned on liteon sohw-832 VS0A

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nicw -> RE: BenQ media scan using dvdinfopro 3.05 (7/30/2004 1:16:57 AM)

Hmmm the conclusion I would draw from these two would seem that, one cannot just blame the writer / media for a bad scan, the reader plays just a big a part in this. Many before have stated that some discs with higher errors play fine and we can see why here. Zeb and I have discussed many times that scanning is meaningless on its own, there are too many variables.

I would like to see this media scanned on more liteon burners to see if this one unit may just be a bad reader.




KenW -> RE: BenQ media scan using dvdinfopro 3.05 (7/30/2004 1:22:26 AM)

Here is the same disk as above but scanned on BenQ 1600 B5G9

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zebra -> RE: BenQ media scan using dvdinfopro 3.05 (7/30/2004 1:24:16 AM)

Hrrrrrm. Agreed, Nic! The best qualitative evidence strategy is one of exhaustion and multiple angles. This is a situation where the dependent variable is far too wide in its potential for error....

Its hard to draw simple conclusions from this.




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