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When & why should i use slow burning

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Streamcod, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. Streamcod

    Streamcod Member

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    hi guys my question is simple , when and why should i prefer using slow burning to make cds . is it when i make video cds or audio cds or games cds or my own data.

    WhEn & WhY...
    wHeN & wHy...

    i need to know the reason(s) to use slow burning.
     
  2. pollushon

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    Eveything other than data. Games especially, the protection is quit complex, burning at a high speed can cause more errors than at a low speed. Its like driving, if you hit a tree at high speed, your car gets detroyed and you die. If you hit at low speed your car can remain drivable and you'll be fine.
     
  3. Streamcod

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    what you mean everything other than data,my downloadable data is the important thing to me.you speak about error before 3 weeks i burn 4 video cds,movie around 614MB all are damage i burn them on 32x and all of them are aren't readable..

    ...::: I need more help and i ask about it :::...
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Because fast burning introduces mass C2 errors. For DataCDs it can be data corruption, AudioCDs can result with skipping (as with SVCDs and VCDs and MiniDVDs).

    You mean, especially data.
     
  5. Streamcod

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    well then why many companies happy when they made cdr faster enough, example imation i know it when they sells cd with 8x,till today i still use 52x i wonder if it original cause ast speed what is saw on website'offical' was 48x.
     
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    ummmm well...
     
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    nothing new !
     

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