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fabionapoli
19-07-2001, 19.05.44
Ebbene si, con immenso rammarico :( ho dovuto constatare che il mio carissimo Feurio non riesce sempre a fare le copie al volo. :crying:

Recordable
20-07-2001, 00.01.27
..non le fare!!!!

apicox
20-07-2001, 00.45.10
Disadvantages of an on-the-fly copy:

¨ Read errors / uneven transfer from the CD-ROM:
When recording an audio CD (as already frequently mentioned), the data has to be sent to the CD writer continuously. If, e.g. the CD is slightly scratched, most CD-ROMs automatically reduce the read speed and often automatically make a repeat attempt to read. This causes the transfer rate to be temporarily reduced. If the errors are ”minor”, this can be equalized out by Feurio!®‘s buffer.
If, however, the read rate falls below the write rate for a longer period of time, then the buffer is not filled up fast enough so a Buffer-Underrun occurs.

Incorrigible read errors: If incorrigible read errors occur, then the read routine usually stops with an error message. In the case of an on-the-fly copy, this would of course lead to a defective CD-R. For this reason Feurio!® does not emit any error message in burning mode. Then the data is written which it was possible to read. As a general rule, you will then be able to hear a minor or major interruption on the copy, but the copy will run. As the end of the copy process a message will appear to inform you if incorrigible read errors have occurred.
Usually however, read errors lead to a Buffer-Underrun, as the CD-ROM usually automatically make a repeated reading attempt and can thus no longer fill the buffer.

From: Feurio! CD-Writer online help (c) by Fangmeier Systemprogrammierung

I settaggi sono sempre quelli giusti?
Ad maiora
:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

fabionapoli
20-07-2001, 01.23.14
Originally posted by Recordable
..non le fare!!!!

Il tuo commento non mi risolve il problema!

fabionapoli
20-07-2001, 01.36.39
Originally posted by apicox
Disadvantages of an on-the-fly copy:

¨ Read errors / uneven transfer from the CD-ROM:
When recording an audio CD (as already frequently mentioned), the data has to be sent to the CD writer continuously. If, e.g. the CD is slightly scratched, most CD-ROMs automatically reduce the read speed and often automatically make a repeat attempt to read. This causes the transfer rate to be temporarily reduced. If the errors are ”minor”, this can be equalized out by Feurio!®‘s buffer.
If, however, the read rate falls below the write rate for a longer period of time, then the buffer is not filled up fast enough so a Buffer-Underrun occurs.

Incorrigible read errors: If incorrigible read errors occur, then the read routine usually stops with an error message. In the case of an on-the-fly copy, this would of course lead to a defective CD-R. For this reason Feurio!® does not emit any error message in burning mode. Then the data is written which it was possible to read. As a general rule, you will then be able to hear a minor or major interruption on the copy, but the copy will run. As the end of the copy process a message will appear to inform you if incorrigible read errors have occurred.
Usually however, read errors lead to a Buffer-Underrun, as the CD-ROM usually automatically make a repeated reading attempt and can thus no longer fill the buffer.

From: Feurio! CD-Writer online help (c) by Fangmeier Systemprogrammierung

I settaggi sono sempre quelli giusti?
Ad maiora
:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
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Si i settaggi dovrebbero essere quelli corretti, ho fatto analoghe prove con Nero, con Clone ed i risultati sono stati positivi al 100%.

E possibile che Feurio adotti un sistema di correzione degli errori tale da non gli consentirgli di eseguire letture/masterizzazioni ad alta velocità?

Ho infatti notato che se eseguo prima della masterizzazione il test di velocità del cd e poi setto la velocità del masterizzatore al valore consigliato il risultato è ottimale.:)