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My first burn with the Pioneer DVR-109XL

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My first burn with the Pioneer DVR-109XL

Postby ruderacer on Wed Jan 26, 2005 11:58 pm

Here's some info about my Pioneer DVr-109XL. I copied the movie Philadelphia using DVDShrink and burning with Nero. Sorry, but the graph would not copy here.

Used the following: 1X to 8X speed

Drive Type = DVD DUAL
Disc Type = DVD+R (Single Layer)
Disc MID = 43 4D 43 20 4D 41 47 00 (CMC MAG.)
Disc TID = 45 30 31 (E01)
Nominal Capacity = 4.12GB
Manufacturer Maybe = CMC Magnetics Corporation
SMART-BURN Speed Limit = 12.0X (Write)


Nero CD Speed Test results

General Information

Operating System Windows XP
Drive PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-109
Firmware Version 1.00
Serial Number
Disc DVD+R
Capacity 4.12 GB

Transfer Rate

Start 5.13x
End 3.12x
Average 8.45x
Type P-CAV




Seek Times

Random 121 ms
1/3 142 ms
Full 241 ms

CPU Usage

1X 19 %
2X 16 %
4X n/a
8X n/a

Interface

Burst Rate 37719 KB/sec

Spin Up/Down Times

Spin Up Time 1.34 sec
Spin Down Time 2.50 sec

Load/Eject Times

Load Time 17.10 sec
Eject Time 1.22 sec
Recognition Time 0.03 sec

Log

Time Elapsed Action
[21:28:32] Starting Transfer Rate Test
[21:35:27] 6:54 Speed:5-3 X P-CAV (8.45 X average)
[21:35:27] Starting Seek Times Test
[21:35:39] Random Seek: 121 ms
[21:35:53] 1/3 Seek: 142 ms
[21:36:17] 0:51 Full Seek: 241 ms
[21:36:17] Starting CPU Usage Test
[21:36:35] CPU usage at 1X: 19 %
[21:36:51] CPU usage at 2X: 16 %
[21:37:17] CPU usage at 4X: n/a
[21:38:06] 1:48 CPU usage at 8X: n/a
[21:38:06] Starting Burst Rate Test
[21:38:08] 0:02 Interface burst rate: 37 MB/sec (37719 KB/sec)
[21:38:08] Starting Spin-Up/Down Test
[21:38:12] Spin-up time: 1.34 seconds
[21:38:25] 0:17 Spin-down time: 2.50 seconds
[21:38:25] Starting Load/Eject Test
[21:38:26] Eject time: 1.22 seconds
[21:38:43] Load time: 17.10 seconds
[21:38:43] 0:18 Recognition time: 0.03 second
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Postby eric93se on Thu Jan 27, 2005 9:24 pm

http://www.yafih.com/

has free image hosting. Save the image as a PNG file (better compression). Post a disc quality test too :D
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Postby ruderacer on Fri Jan 28, 2005 3:18 am

I went to that web site but I had problems uploading the image. I put the image to upload then hit preview. I see the image then hit upload and got error message. I guess I just don't know what I'm doing.

Anyways, how do you retrieve your image? It says that if you put your e-mail it will send a link to the image. Well, maybe you can give steps to follow to complete this. TIA
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Postby eric93se on Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:31 pm

Don't give them your email!!!!!!

Simply click "choose" and select your image file, then click "upload". The following page will give you a bunch of url's, highlight and copy just the http portion. Then past the http portion between [img]and[/img] Including the brackets in your new message at cdrlabs.
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Postby ruderacer on Fri Jan 28, 2005 7:04 pm

Too late. I did when I first tried it out. I just tried what you said and still does not work.

I go to 'Image upload to:'
then to browse and I choose the image from my hard drive/locattion
then I click on the'Upload your Image' button
and I get this message: Error: this is an invalid fie format. And yes, I'm using the suggested file format.

However, when I click on the preview button it allows me to preview it. The problem is when I click on upload yout image, then I get the error message.

Any Idea what's up? And how safe is this site?
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Postby eric93se on Fri Jan 28, 2005 8:39 pm

I've never had a problem so I don't know. Are you running a firewall? I'm using NIS2004 and images upload without trouble.





http://www.free-webhosts.com/free-image-hosting.php

There is a list of free image hosts, try another.
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