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Shootist

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  1. These I/O interfaces are mearly roads from A - B. They have NO effect on the burn quality, which is totally down to the drive / firmware / media combo.

     

    Well you are the expert but in my humble opinion there is a definate difference in the quality of the resultant burn with the Patin Couffin driver compared to my burns using SPTI. I may not be a technical expert but if SPTI offered exactly the same performance as the other I/O methods then why would anyone bother to write a different I/O method in the first place and more importantly why would you have bothered to give us the choice :blink:

     

    Anyway I am still looking forward to the fix in the next release as I for one prefer the Patin Couffin I/O method.

     

    Best Regards,

     

    Shootist


  2. I also prefer using the vso patin couffin driver and therefore look forward to the next release to fix this minor irritation of the unable to lock error. I tend to find that if I use SPTI then I tend to get 'poorer' burns and more errors on playback which I feel is strange in itself, I had assumed that SPTI / Patin Couffin should have produced similar burns but it appears that that is not always the case and hence my preference of Patin Couffin over the other I/O options.

     

    I can't really finish posting my first post without thanking you for all your hardwork over the years on Decrypter and Imgburn - it is very much appreciated by all.

     

    Many Thanks,

     

    Shootist

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