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Cav Optimization For Dvd Video(discjuggler)

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#1 Zudo


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Posted 02 May 2005 - 11:30 AM

From the discjuggler manual;

Optimize for CAV drives

If the data disc you are burning is not full,by selecting this option you will allow Discjuggler to generate an appropriate number dummy(empty) blocks at the begining of the recording process thus moving your data as close as possible to the outer edge disc where the read speed is highest.

Will this cause skipping/freezing playback problem when the disc is written full capacity(4482/DVD+R) uhh.gif

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Posted 02 May 2005 - 01:40 PM

well if you write a full disc then you don't need it, its only for when you don't write a full disc.

as it says, it writes a bunch of crap data in the inner of the disc so that the actual data you want to burn is pushed to the outside where the CAV (Constant Angular Velocity) speed is higher, thus your drive will read it faster.

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