Anyone have any experience with this tool? It uses Reed Solomon error checking and you can augment your CD image files with this error correction. Similar to PAR2 files, but it reads the disc at the sector level, not the file level. It has a nice graph that shows number of errors. The website says it can correct up to 32 sectors per ECC block, depending on the level of redundancy.
Here is what I've been doing to archive my data on DVD+R...
1. Create RAR and PAR2 files of the data.
2. Create ISO image using ImgBurn.
3. Open ISO with "dvdisaster" and create an augmented ISO file with the embedded error correction.
4. Burn ISO to disc.
I do PAR2 files too, so that way I have double backup of error correction on my discs. The PAR2 files go on a seperate disc, and I use dvdisaster on that disc too. Anyone think this is overkill for protecting data?