Re: Unbelievable slow speeds when burning DVDs
Vasileios Gkanis <email@example.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately, this is a laptop and I can not change the IDE cables.
> The good thing is that I burned a DVD with Cdrecord-ProDVD and the maximum
> speed was 2.3x and the average speed was 2x. Now, I do not want to be greedy
> here, but since the driver can burn up to 8x and the disc supports 16x, why
> the speed remained at 2x.
> I have a similar problem in Windows (Nero), where the speed is about ~4x, and
> I am talking with the manufacturer about it.
cdrecord has a special option for this case: -immed (see man page)
> On Wednesday 13 July 2005 08:34 am, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> > Vasileios Gkanis wrote:
> > >>Is DMA enabled on the burner? hdparm /dev/hd...
> > >
> > >Yes DMA is enabled
> > If you have the HD and the burner on the same IDE cable they *may* be
> > interfering with each other. If you can try putting the burner on
> > another cable it would give you a data point, and might help.
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