Francksoy wrote:@8ECC (default) like Benq and Pioneer drives and @32ECC (who uses that anyway).
If this ECC subject has anything to do with your statement I'm sorry to say that YOU are the one abusing for your 2 seconds of fame.
32 ECC is something which cdspeed came up with.
If you go by the hardware doc's of Pioneer then the correct values of scan
are pie /poe (what that Pioneers poe is still quite unclear) at 8ECC.
That's what Pioneer own information states.
Now I was told that DVDinfopro scanning was based on these documents.
Which suggest the huge difference between scans in DVDinfopro and CDspeed 3 in scans.
However it looks like you partially explained your answer allready.
So I think you should be able to finish it yourself because your allready on the good road.
I think I might have made a screw up in formulation myself.
I should have typed: The drives are not reporting according to ECMA standard with software like cdspeed and dvdinfopro at this moment. (Because maybe someone else has a tool that does report correct with these drives.)
Let me give you a few hints because I didn't gave you links in the first place.
So here's your link that's for the +R Standard because -R doesn't specify PIF
http://www.ecma-international.org/publi ... ma-337.htm
And yes I know that I linked to the page which links to the PDF not the PDF directly.
ECMA standards suggest pi 8ECC limit=280 for good media, but what is the theoretical maximum value that it can be ?
What does NEC present in cdspeed ?
Can we compare 32 vs 8 ECC ? ( this one is tricky !)
So why is the benq not recoding according to the ECMA standards why you just suggested that it does have 8ECC ?
Also I gave a rough answer earlier this month. Search arround.
I hope that you can find the answers if not then let me know and I will try to help you. Also this counts for other folks who have the same question or are interested.
Let me say the reason why I first suggest you try it yourself is that I've become tired of spending to much time(and I allready have very little time.) explaining things to people which in the end they just ignore.
I could better use the same ammount of time for pointers (like I did here.) and quick short simple answers something people do accept much more.