I have a question about how ImgBurn, or I guess reading in general, is done with recordable discs that have images written to them.
Hypothetical: say you have a recordable disc, CD, DVD, BD, I don't think it matters. And you've written an image that takes up half of the available space on the media. The other remaining half is unburned dye/media. Let's say a deep scratch occurs in the unburned area that does not go into the recorded area. When ImgBurn/anything goes to read the disc to an image file, would this scratch prevent ImgBurn from reading the disc?
Does ImgBurn only "scan" the burned area to determine what is burned on the disc and thus what to read?