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Speed of making a global image

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Paolo75, May 4, 2003.

  1. Paolo75

    Paolo75 Member

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    I know that when burning a dvd its best to use 1 speed to ensure you get a good copy.

    But what about if im copying a dvdr to my hard drive with RecordNow Max (making a global image). Is there a best speed to use, or is it ok to select max?
     
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    An unencrypted DVD?

    PS2 game??

    global image of what exactly..
     
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    an encrypted dvd, that ive previously burned and as its getting a little tatty i want to do it again. I dont want to rip it on max speed if its gonna mean the picture is jumpy, or of a lesser quality than it could be by using minimum speed.
     
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    If you mean copy of a copy on-the-fly...

    Then I usually burn original @ x1 but on-the-fly burning at x2.
     

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