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  2. Yes, I was more concerned about on-the-fly decoding which would apply to any kind of audio file (.flac, .mp3 etc.) when burning an Audio CD. Of course, if we already have .wav files there's no on-the-fly decoding involved. However, it's quite possible these .wav files have been decoded with the exact same method as on-the-fly decoding. So I guess the question remains: does one need to be careful of filter/decoder settings when decoding/extracting files to .wav? Here are some further LAV Audio settings which may affect the final .wav output:
  3. madFLAC isn't perfect. There have been some FLAC I've come across that it would not process, so I converted them to uncompressed WAV for input.
  4. While it seems madFLAC is pretty standard with ImgBurn, while not as convenient, I use Foobar2000 to convert FLAC back to standard WAV temporarily anytime I want to burn a standard Audio CD. but on Linux it appears I don't have much choice as, at least to my knowledge, madFLAC can't be setup on ImgBurn on Linux. so my ImgBurn is just on a basic installation which it can directly use WAV files without issue. so I guess the general point is... even if you can't get any special stuff (madFLAC etc) working with ImgBurn, as long as ImgBurn installs and it's basic function works, you can do what I do to create a standard Audio CD with ImgBurn.
  5. Thank you again for this valuable information! I am going to try to use mechapwn on a spare slim PS2 so it can run ps1 backups. Then I will try the discs again and let you know if that works!
  6. I don't use LAV. I use madFLAC to do my FLAC processing to make Audio CD's in ImgBurn. In all the time, like 15 years or so, I've been using madFLAC, I've never had it interfere with any audio processing in ImgBurn or any other audio/video application I've used.
  7. To copy CD Audio discs, you use the Read function as defined in the first link in the first Guide I pasted:
  8. Wait... aren't Audio CDs a special case? I mean, there's an entire procedure about how to carefully and reliably rip Audio CDs using specialised software like EAC (Exact Audio Copy)? Surely it isn't as simple as making ISO copies? The above comment is strictly about Audio CDs which I think are somewhat different than standard data discs like CD-ROM or DVD-Video.
  9. Hello everyone! Hope you are all doing great. Here's a possibly silly and quite belated concern: I've started burning Audio CD's again, using .cue files that point to .flac files. If I am getting it correctly, the system uses the default FLAC decoder to decode the files on-the-fly, and pass them to ImgBurn for burning. My concern is what the decoder might be doing to the audio. In this case, the excellent LAV Filters (its tray icons appear during burning). In the attached, you can see a few options that may affect audio output, namely Mixing and Clipping protection. In the current configuration, Mixing shouldn't be an issue. So, the question here is: can the LAV Filter settings (or any other DirectShow filter that may be used during Audio CD burning) interfere with what actually ends up in the CD, or is this all irrelevant and taken care of centuries ago? Thanks
  10. The PS2 laser assembly base unit would be newer than the ones in the PS1. In theory, that would mean better read compatibility. I know that certain DVD-R could be played on the PS2 for things like DVD Video. I used to do it as far back as 2002, but, even then, random skips and playback problems would occur because the PS2 was simply designed before the creation of DVD-R. However, future PS2 models improved playback compatibility with DVD-R, which means that as the lasers got newer, they got better at reading recorded discs. Which would bolster the idea that as the PS2 improved, it would have better playback for CD-R.
  11. Thank you for your response! How would I do a quality check on the burnt discs? I have heard that (if you can get them to read PS1 backups), PS2s have better lasers that are more equipped to deal with burnt discs. Do you know if there is truth to this?
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  13. Hi I've been in the process of archiving a bunch of my old PC games and a good chunk of them use Multi-Mode CDs. Now basically track 0 is the data track with all the files, and every other track is a dedicated music track. However when I rip the disc It does indeed produce a bin and cue with all of the tracks. However all tracks past the data track are completely blank. I've tested this with a few different disc drives and games that use this method and they all show the same result. Any idea why this may be occurring? I'd give game examples but they none of them are English games.
  14. That's a great track record! Hopefully I can get to that point with a new drive. For me, it's primarily movie backups which strikes single layered discs as an option since there isn't enough space. I'll keep you posted on the situation once I've tested everything. Thanks again for the help!
  15. Yeah, that's the ASUS I have bookmarked to try out in November. Someone else on this board had tried it out and it seemed to do the trick for solving their issue. I just never have had any BD-R DL before. Just BD-RE DL. I needed rewritables for monthly system backups so I could reuse the discs and my backups were all larger than a BD-RE SL. I've since moved to USB SSD's because they're much larger and read and write much faster. I also as a matter of "trust" that I only use DL media when I have to. Like for those backups I mentioned or DVD+R DL for DL DVD Video discs. When you go beyond one layer, you double the chances of having a read issue, right at the layer change(s) most often than not, as seemed to be happening in your case. So, I could have saved space with BD-R DL discs for backups which also would have read and written faster than the rewritable DL's, but I didn't want to run the risk of, years later down the road, a backup being unreadable. So, I stuck with single layer BD-R. To put it into perspective, in the 10 years or so I've been burning BD-R's for backups, I only just a few weeks ago encountered my first that wouldn't read. And that was something I "knew" years ago when I wrote it. The drive was dying and there was a recovered read error during Verify on burn. I performed a manual Verify on that same disc and it passed that time. However, that drive that burned it was replaced shortly after that due to various Verify failures on future burns. I should have burned the data again in the replacement drive while I had live copies, but I didn't. Thankfully, it was temporary files that I managed to recover from other sources a few weeks ago, so I didn't lose anything.
  16. @dbminter Thanks for your response! Checking the firmware was the first thing I did and I can confirm it's the most recent version. I saved all the packaging just in case, so I'll be returning the drive today. Is this the ASUS Drive you're referring to? If so, I'll pick it up once my return has processed. You mention having never burned an BD-R DL before. Is this moreso due to preference, or is there an advantage I'm not unaware of (besides it being rewritable, of course)?
  17. The actual drive in the OWC setup is an LG. I'm not familiar with that particular brand, but I do know the WH16NS40 did not properly write to BD-R DL and BD-RE DL. 9 times out of ten, they would fail verifies. Now, that was some years ago, so a firmware update to LG drives like the NS40 might have fixed it. The issue wasn't present in the NS60, but LG discontinued that model. You could try seeing if there's a firmware update for your drive. In Write mode, right click on the drive from the drop down menu and select the last option in the context menu, the one to check for a firmware update. Install the latest one if there are any and try again. If that doesn't work, the only thing to try is a different drive. Preferably not an LG model. I use ASUS's BD internal drive in a VanTech USB 3.0 enclosure, but I've not tested any DL BD discs in it. If you're going to use your own external enclosure with a BD drive, you will need a USB 3.x enclosure; 2.x won't do. ASUS makes an external BD drive, but I've yet to test it. I intend on getting one probably in December, but I don't have any BD-R DL to test it with. I've never even burned a BD-R DL before, only BD-RE DL.
  18. Hello all! Long time user, first time poster. I've been through the ringer with this and have combed over old form posts and FAQs to no avail, so I'm hoping y'all can help me resolve this. What I'm using: Verbatim BD-R DL 50gb 8x OWC Mercury Pro 16X Blu-ray Drive What I'm trying to burn: 3x Project4K ISOs The story: Originally, I used my old drive (Samsung External Blu-ray Writer TSST SE-506CB/RSBD 6X USB 2.0 Slim) and everything went well for the first two ISOs ("SW" & "EM"). However, when I tried burning the third ISO ("JD"), I received a L-EC Uncorrectable Error message. After some research, I determined it was the drive. This theory was further proven when I tried to burn the first two ISOs ("SW" & "EM") again, only to receive I/O Errors. So, I replaced the drive (OWC Mercury Pro 16X Blu-ray Drive) and tried burning the "JD" ISO again with success (both with the burn and verification). However, just to be sure, I attempted another burn with the "SW" and "EM" ISOs and still receive an I/O Error (log below for both). It's worth noting that I've tried burning these at all supported speeds listed by Imgburn (2x, 4x, 6x) as well as with AWS with the same result. I'm not sure what else to do and would appreciate all suggestions. Thank you all for your time and be well. The log: I 21:44:57 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 21:44:57 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 21:44:57 Total Physical Memory: 6,164,744 KiB - Available: 3,217,080 KiB I 21:44:57 Initialising SPTI... I 21:44:57 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 21:44:58 -> Drive 1 - Info: HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.05 (D:) (USB 2.0) I 21:44:58 Found 1 BD-RE XL! I 21:45:23 Operation Started! I 21:45:23 Source File: C:\Users\david\OneDrive\Desktop\Star Wars\4K77.ISO I 21:45:23 Source File Sectors: 21,983,296 (MODE1/2048) I 21:45:23 Source File Size: 45,021,790,208 bytes I 21:45:23 Source File Volume Identifier: 4K77 I 21:45:23 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 4D955102014F6FAF I 21:45:23 Source File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 I 21:45:23 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn I 21:45:23 Source File File System(s): UDF (2.50) I 21:45:23 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.05 (D:) (USB) I 21:45:23 Destination Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMf-000) I 21:45:23 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x I 21:45:24 Destination Media Sectors: 24,438,784 I 21:45:24 Write Mode: BD I 21:45:24 Write Type: DAO I 21:45:24 Write Speed: 4x I 21:45:24 Hardware Defect Management Active: No I 21:45:24 BD-R Verify Not Required: Yes I 21:45:24 Link Size: Auto I 21:45:24 Lock Volume: Yes I 21:45:24 Test Mode: No I 21:45:24 OPC: No I 21:45:24 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 21:45:24 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 17,984 KB/s (4x) I 21:45:53 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 21:45:53 Writing LeadIn... I 21:45:54 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 21983295) I 21:45:54 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 21983295) I 21:45:54 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 12219391) I 22:09:05 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 12219392 - 21983295) W 22:09:41 Failed to Write Sectors 12498976 - 12499007 - Reason: Write Error W 22:09:41 Retrying (1 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (2 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (3 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (4 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (5 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (6 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (7 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (8 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (9 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (10 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (11 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (12 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (13 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (14 of 20)... W 22:09:41 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:41 Retrying (15 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:42 Retrying (16 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:42 Retrying (17 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:42 Retrying (18 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:42 Retrying (19 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:09:42 Retrying (20 of 20)... W 22:09:42 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:15:56 Retrying (21)... W 22:15:59 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:11 Retrying (22)... W 22:16:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:12 Retrying (23)... W 22:16:12 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:19 Retrying (24)... W 22:16:19 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:20 Retrying (25)... W 22:16:20 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:20 Retrying (26)... W 22:16:20 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:21 Retrying (27)... W 22:16:21 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:21 Retrying (28)... W 22:16:21 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:21 Retrying (29)... W 22:16:21 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:22 Retrying (30)... W 22:16:22 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:22 Retrying (31)... W 22:16:22 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:22 Retrying (32)... W 22:16:22 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:23 Retrying (33)... W 22:16:23 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:23 Retrying (34)... W 22:16:23 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:24 Retrying (35)... W 22:16:24 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:24 Retrying (36)... W 22:16:24 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:24 Retrying (37)... W 22:16:24 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:16:25 Retrying (38)... W 22:16:25 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write E 22:16:41 Failed to Write Sectors 12498976 - 12499007 - Reason: Write Error E 22:16:41 Next Writable Address: 0 I 22:16:41 Synchronising Cache... W 22:16:45 User opted to skip the 'Close Track/Session/Disc' functions. E 22:16:45 Failed to Write Image! I 22:16:45 Exporting Graph Data... I 22:16:45 Graph Data File: C:\Users\david\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_BD-RE_BH16NS40_1.05_THURSDAY-APRIL-4-2024_9-45_PM_VERBAT-IMf-000_4x.ibg I 22:16:45 Export Successfully Completed! E 22:16:45 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:31:21 I 22:16:45 Average Write Rate: 13,541 KiB/s (3.1x) - Maximum Write Rate: 17,917 KiB/s (4.1x) I 22:18:27 Operation Started! I 22:18:27 Source File: C:\Users\david\OneDrive\Desktop\Star Wars\4K80.ISO I 22:18:27 Source File Sectors: 22,447,264 (MODE1/2048) I 22:18:27 Source File Size: 45,971,996,672 bytes I 22:18:27 Source File Volume Identifier: 4K80 I 22:18:27 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 586DB1C6015683D8 I 22:18:27 Source File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 I 22:18:27 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn I 22:18:27 Source File File System(s): UDF (2.50) I 22:18:27 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.05 (D:) (USB) I 22:18:27 Destination Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMf-000) I 22:18:27 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x I 22:18:27 Destination Media Sectors: 24,438,784 I 22:18:27 Write Mode: BD I 22:18:27 Write Type: DAO I 22:18:27 Write Speed: 4x I 22:18:27 Hardware Defect Management Active: No I 22:18:27 BD-R Verify Not Required: Yes I 22:18:27 Link Size: Auto I 22:18:27 Lock Volume: Yes I 22:18:27 Test Mode: No I 22:18:27 OPC: No I 22:18:27 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 22:18:27 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 17,984 KB/s (4x) I 22:18:58 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 22:18:59 Writing LeadIn... I 22:19:00 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 22:19:00 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 22:19:00 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 12219391) I 22:42:10 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 12219392 - 22447263) W 22:45:32 Failed to Write Sectors 13809728 - 13809759 - Reason: Write Error W 22:45:33 Retrying (1 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (2 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (3 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (4 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (5 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (6 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (7 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (8 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (9 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (10 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (11 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (12 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (13 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (14 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (15 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (16 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (17 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (18 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (19 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:45:33 Retrying (20 of 20)... W 22:45:33 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write W 22:56:26 Retrying (21)... W 22:56:29 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write E 22:56:32 Failed to Write Sectors 13809728 - 13809759 - Reason: Write Error E 22:56:32 Next Writable Address: 0 I 22:56:32 Synchronising Cache... W 22:56:34 User opted to skip the 'Close Track/Session/Disc' functions. E 22:56:34 Failed to Write Image! I 22:56:34 Exporting Graph Data... I 22:56:34 Graph Data File: C:\Users\david\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_BD-RE_BH16NS40_1.05_THURSDAY-APRIL-4-2024_10-18_PM_VERBAT-IMf-000_4x.ibg I 22:56:34 Export Successfully Completed! E 22:56:34 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:38:07 I 22:56:34 Average Write Rate: 12,269 KiB/s (2.8x) - Maximum Write Rate: 17,923 KiB/s (4.1x) I 22:58:05 Operation Started! I 22:58:05 Source File: C:\Users\david\OneDrive\Desktop\Star Wars\4K80.ISO I 22:58:05 Source File Sectors: 22,447,264 (MODE1/2048) I 22:58:05 Source File Size: 45,971,996,672 bytes I 22:58:05 Source File Volume Identifier: 4K80 I 22:58:05 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 586DB1C6015683D8 I 22:58:05 Source File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 I 22:58:05 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn I 22:58:05 Source File File System(s): UDF (2.50) I 22:58:05 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.05 (D:) (USB) I 22:58:05 Destination Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMf-000) I 22:58:05 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x I 22:58:05 Destination Media Sectors: 24,438,784 I 22:58:05 Write Mode: BD I 22:58:05 Write Type: DAO I 22:58:05 Write Speed: MAX I 22:58:05 Hardware Defect Management Active: No I 22:58:05 BD-R Verify Not Required: Yes I 22:58:05 Link Size: Auto I 22:58:05 Lock Volume: Yes I 22:58:05 Test Mode: No I 22:58:05 OPC: No I 22:58:05 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 22:58:05 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 26,976 KB/s (6x) I 22:58:36 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 22:58:36 Writing LeadIn... I 22:58:44 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 22:58:44 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 22:58:44 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 12219391) I 23:14:29 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 12219392 - 22447263) I 23:27:38 Synchronising Cache... I 23:27:42 Closing Track... I 23:27:43 Finalising Disc... I 23:28:19 Exporting Graph Data... I 23:28:19 Graph Data File: C:\Users\david\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_BD-RE_BH16NS40_1.05_THURSDAY-APRIL-4-2024_10-58_PM_VERBAT-IMf-000_MAX.ibg I 23:28:19 Export Successfully Completed! I 23:28:19 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:30:14 I 23:28:19 Average Write Rate: 25,905 KiB/s (5.9x) - Maximum Write Rate: 26,740 KiB/s (6.1x) I 23:28:19 Cycling Tray before Verify... W 23:28:27 Waiting for device to become ready... I 23:29:02 Device Ready! I 23:29:06 Operation Started! I 23:29:06 Source Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.05 (D:) (USB) I 23:29:06 Source Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMf-000) I 23:29:06 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x I 23:29:06 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x I 23:29:07 Source Media Sectors: 22,447,264 I 23:29:07 Source Media Size: 45,971,996,672 bytes I 23:29:07 Image File: C:\Users\david\OneDrive\Desktop\Star Wars\4K80.ISO I 23:29:07 Image File Sectors: 22,447,264 (MODE1/2048) I 23:29:07 Image File Size: 45,971,996,672 bytes I 23:29:07 Image File Volume Identifier: 4K80 I 23:29:07 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 586DB1C6015683D8 I 23:29:07 Image File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 I 23:29:07 Image File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn I 23:29:07 Image File File System(s): UDF (2.50) I 23:29:07 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX I 23:29:08 Read Speed - Effective: 3x - 8x, 8x - 3x I 23:29:08 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 23:29:08 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 22447263) I 23:29:08 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 12219391) I 23:45:16 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 12219392 - 22447263) W 23:45:25 Failed to Read Sectors 12219392 - 12219423 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error W 23:45:33 Failed to Read Sector 12219392 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error W 23:45:33 Sector 12219392 maps to File: \BDMV\STREAM\00021.m2ts W 23:49:16 Retrying (1)... W 23:49:25 Retry Failed - Reason: Timeout on Logical Unit E 23:49:27 Failed to Read Sector 12219392 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error E 23:49:27 Sector 12219392 maps to File: \BDMV\STREAM\00021.m2ts E 23:49:28 Failed to Verify Sectors! I 23:49:29 Exporting Graph Data... I 23:49:29 Graph Data File: C:\Users\david\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_BD-RE_BH16NS40_1.05_THURSDAY-APRIL-4-2024_10-58_PM_VERBAT-IMf-000_MAX.ibg I 23:49:29 Export Successfully Completed! E 23:49:29 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:20:21 I 23:49:29 Average Verify Rate: 20,048 KiB/s (4.6x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 36,105 KiB/s (8.2x) I 23:49:31 Close Request Acknowledged I 23:49:31 Closing Down... I 23:49:31 Shutting down SPTI... I 23:49:31 ImgBurn closed! HL-DT-ST_BD-RE_BH16NS40_1.05_THURSDAY-APRIL-4-2024_9-45_PM_VERBAT-IMf-000_4x.ibg
  19. Without doing quality checks on the burnt discs, it's hard to know if your drive has burnt them nicely. Assuming it has and the error rates are really low, it's a case of the laser in your PS1 not liking them - possibly just not liking any burnt discs in general. If it can't read the disc nicely, you'll get stuttering. I seem to recall that it is possible to tweak the laser power and improve things, but you do have to be careful or you could make things worse
  20. Hello, Recently, I have been attempting to make some backup versions of PS1 game discs. I tried this initially with the standard Verbatim CD-Rs. I tried writing Silent Hill to a disc and my ps1 couldn't make it through the initial cut scene (I am using FPSXBoot). Then I learned that those (made by CMC Magnetics) are not very good so I bought some Verbatim Datalife+ discs and tried again. This worked better, but FMV cutscenes are still stuttering and/or not working. Spoken dialogue cuts in and out. Some actions, such as inspecting items, take a very long time to do. I am using an LG WH16NS40 disc writer/reader (you can see the details in the program log below). I know that these are meant for Blu-ray discs, but I assume they should be fine for CDs. Does anyone know how I can write PS1 games more successfully on these discs? Like I said, the games work... okay... but the lack/interruption of audio is annoying and I would like them to run smoother. Thanks
  21. This isn't really a bug, per se. More like a request to adjust disc type determination logic. Here's the scenario: I was trying to create a DVD Video disc with a VIDEO_TS in the root directory. The root directory also had an AVI file in it. ImgBurn detected the VIDEO_TS folder and then asked me if I wanted to make a DVD Video disc, which I said yes to. ImgBurn THEN detected the AVI file and asked me if I wanted to make a Divx Disc. I said no to that. Should the ImgBurn logic in this case determine if the user makes one choice, like in the above situation, it should refrain from asking to change the disc type again? Thanks!
  22. Now, I've never copied a DVD Audio disc as I've never bought one, only created them myself, so I don't know if they're copy protected. Same for Bu-Ray Audio, which I didn't even know existed. I don't know if those are copy protected or not or if they can be. If they are, then we can't help you copy copy protected discs.
  23. All disc copies are made the same if you use the Read and Write modes of ImgBurn. There are a few guides that you may find worth going over to answer your questions: Concentrate primarily on the first Guide listed as that should cover almost everything.
  24. I bought a music box-set that contains a number of discs (CD, DVD Audio, Blu-ray audio). To prevent damage to the originals, I would like to create 1:1 disc clones (as my personal copies, ie. not for resale) and play those instead of my originals. Some of these formats contain 24bit/96kHz uncompressed, 24bit/192kHz uncompressed, 24-bit/48 kHz uncompressed, Dolby Digital @448 kbps, Dolby Digital @640 kbps. Can someone direct me on how I can create exact 1:1 copies. Thanks.(I'm located in Canada)
  25. Use advanced input and the disc layout editor window.
  26. Under the Information tab in Build mode, is the Auto box checked or unchecked? If it's unchecked, try checking it.
  27. Am I mistaken in thinking that the Calculate button used to be continuous? I have to click on it each time I add a file to check my available space? Is there a setting I'm missing? Thanks.
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