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Burn Speed
on Dec 9, 2006 at 10:47:00 pm

Another question...is there a way to drop the burn speed to 1x? My duplicating people are suggesting that.

Maybe save the files and use another program to burn the DVD?

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Frippy
Re: Burn Speed
on Dec 11, 2006 at 12:29:10 pm

ImgBurn - any speed, any media, any ...:)



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Joe Bowden
Re: Burn Speed
on Dec 11, 2006 at 3:49:39 pm

[Frippy] "ImgBurn - any speed, any media, any ...:)"

Actually, that's not true. For instance, ImgBurn lists speeds from 1X to 56X, regardless of media inserted. Let me know when you can burn DVD-RW at 56X.

No, burn speed is determined by burner firmware and media used. Whatever the lowest speed available is will be the one that is set up in the burner firmware for that media type/brand.


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Frippy
Re: Burn Speed
on Dec 12, 2006 at 12:14:19 pm

/* For instance, ImgBurn lists speeds from 1X to 56X, regardless of media inserted. Let me know when you can burn DVD-RW at 56X. */

Joe! I very much hope, that will be no person who will to write at speed 56x :)
Besides there was a question how to write at 1x - my answer is not right?



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Joe Bowden
Re: Burn Speed
on Dec 12, 2006 at 3:56:52 pm

In general, it is not right that ImgBurn can burn any media at any speed. Many burner firmware routines no longer support 1x burning, because newer DVD media are formulated for safe minimum burning speeds at 2x or 4x. Although you can select 1x, I would be very surprised if it actually burned at 1x, unless you were using very old DVD-R media.


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