Re: cdrecord and BD-RE: writes at average 1x instead of 2x
Giulio Orsero <email@example.com> wrote:
> Linux 2.4.33, cdrecord 2.01.01a38, burner and media details at the end.
> PC is P4 2.4GHz, 1GB RAM doing nothing but burning test.
> Burner can write BD-RE at 2x CLV
> Media is 1x-2x (I'm waiting for new/different brand media in a few days)
> I understand BD-RE 1x = 4.5MB (1x Blu-ray being about 3 times 1x DVD, or at
> least Wikipedia says DVD 1x = 1.35MB/s, Blu-ray 1x = 4.5MB/s, decimal MBs).
> I formatted the BD-RE using dvd+rw-format, then I used cdrecord to write
> using the following options:
> -data padsize=512s -v driveropts=burnfree -sao
> ISO image is on disk (no piping from mkisofs)
> I saw that during the writes the cdrecord speed indicator was switching
> continuously every fraction of a second between 0.7x and 2.2x.
Thank you for the information, I'll see and test.......
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