Re: BD-R formatting help
Thomas Schmitt wrote:
It isn't an idea, it works. I placed a small scratch on the disc (maybe
1mm) and burned several GB of data (enough to fill well past the
scratch). When it is finished you can definitely tell where the burn
approached the scratch and kind of skipped over it and moved to the next
viable area. It is really a nice visual. Problem is 1mm is kind of
hard to image and I was looking to make a bigger scratch.
As for Matt's idea with the scratch demo:
I have DVDs which look like an ice stadium
and they work perfectly. Others have no scratch
and they failed to verify after one or two burns.
One can hardly drill holes without endangering the
drive. But how about a few dots with a black felt
tip marker ?
Tell me how it worked out ... when it finally works.
How do you figure that drilling a hole in a disc will endanger the drive?