vtxrocketeer wrote on 5/3/2012, 2:28 PM
Because your burner did not go 3x as fast...? ;)

If you use ImgBurn, which I highly recommend, you can watch in real time the burn rate. It can fluctuate throughout a burn.

Real question: is it a quality burn? Everything work?
JJKizak wrote on 5/3/2012, 2:38 PM
Yes, everything worked fine including the menu scene button texts (9). Nothing very complicated on the buttons however.
john_dennis wrote on 5/3/2012, 6:27 PM
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It will fluctuate throughout a burn.

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SuperG wrote on 5/3/2012, 7:23 PM
I think they rate disk in terms of so called rotation speed - but what's really important is the velocity/rate the dye used is rated at. I also use Imgburn - and if you also have DVDInfo you view the velocity charts of a burn, they aren't linear.
ddm wrote on 5/3/2012, 7:36 PM
I concur about using Imgburn. I've found that the little test it does in evaluating an individual disks burn speed capacity is quite accurate and can really speed things up. And, if it rates a disk slower than the diskmakers claim, I don't buy those disks anymore, or I buy them because they're a good deal but they're not going to deliver that speed.