Re: cdrtools cdrecord/cdrecord.c
> > A DVD+ -based burner
> > has to engage some kind of emulation for DVD- media (character-based vs
> > block-based), and the emulation in the burner firmware can't be trusted.
> This is the first time i read about a technical reason for those
> patches. I always thought it was to keep alive a source-open GPL'd
> version of cdrecord which is able to burn DVD.
I don't understand what you like to say here
> I wonder wether Andy and Joerg are aware of a need for such
> extra treatment. (Listening for an echo now ...)
> My -RWs leave me after a few months but that does not look
> like a subtle format problem. Rather like the dye changing
> its photochemical properties within a year after production.
This is most likely caused by OPC problems in your writer.
Try cdrecord -force blank=full
> I noticed that another food discounter (named "Plus", hehe) has
> entered the price fight over DVD+RW media in germany.
> Seems it was a good decision to purchase my +RW loving LG drive.
> These media work for me as reliable as CD-RW.
I cannot recommend DVD+RW because the interchange compatibility
is too low.
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