Are read speeds for rewritable media slower than for WORM media?
I ask because, though I never noticed this on DVD rewritable media, with BD-RE SL and DL, reads/verifies appear to be slower when reading in rewritable BD versus BD-R SL that I've begun to notice.
As I said, it doesn't seem to be this way with DVD rewritable media, but maybe I just never noticed it before.
Would rewritable media be slower at reading? I know, obviously, it will be slower at writing, but I'd think the read speed should be the same regardless of whether the media is rewritable or not. But, maybe, I'm wrong?
Or is it, maybe, it's just slower on BD-RE SL/DL for reads versus reading from BD-R SL?
I am taking into account the layer differences because this seemed to be the case even on BD-RE SL. That reading contents from a BD-RE SL in ImgBurn was slower than reading in a BD-R SL.