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Old 7 May 2006, 07:33 AM   #46
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I have no idea why I did this, but some would say typical Nero. Look at the difference in KB's.

Nero CD-DVD Speed, a great tool-altprintscreen-photofiltre-saved.png 21.8kb.

Nero CD-DVD Speed, a great tool-cddvd-saved.png 29.8kb.
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Old 7 May 2006, 07:42 AM   #47
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PNG format is better: file dimensions are smaller and pics are clearer.

Have you tryied to set preferences as in pic I posted? cd-dvd speed should be able to save in png without any software added.
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The second png is saved that way geno.
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Old 7 May 2006, 08:06 AM   #49
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I'm curious to know if Zero G will solve his problem in this way.

I don't think that win2k have such a problem. Maybe it's only a setting problem.
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zero's been in the bubble bath too long
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Old 7 May 2006, 08:13 AM   #51
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Old 7 May 2006, 09:23 AM   #52
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@ Chewy good one

Nero CD-DVD Speed, a great tool-discinfosony.png

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Nero CD-DVD Speed, a great tool-transferratetest1sony.png

Nero CD-DVD Speed, a great tool-transferratetest2sony.png file / options / standard tests / read speed selected 4x.
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Old 7 May 2006, 09:27 AM   #53
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Setting rip speed at such a lower value is not a good idea. If a disc can't be ripped @high speed, then the burn have a low quality.

Transfer rate test (TRT) should be done at the highest speed possible because in this way the disc is checked in the worst conditions. If a disc have a TRT linear in the worst conditions, then the disc is burned very well.
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TransferRateTest1 hit an unrecovered read error so I adjusted read speed with TransferRateTest2, same disc.
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TransferRateTest1 hit an unrecovered read error so I adjusted read speed with TransferRateTest2, same disc.
which shows the data can be transfered and recovered, just at a slower speed. When 4x won't get it then you are in trouble

the 4x read test(TRT) shows altho a bad burn not that bad?
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the 4x read test(TRT) shows altho a bad burn not that bad?
That's a couple of dvd-r sony now & never had a problem before. Oh well live & learn. BTW I just wanted to say that this was a great thread to start.

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gdiplus.dll not found in this version of CD-DVD Speed when trying to change capture options. Version in Nero 6 allows for changes in graphic formats. Something weird happening in this version in W2K at least.

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i followed what chewy did,and this is what came out
ps.i forgot to reduce write speed to 8x....
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PNG format is better: file dimensions are smaller and pics are clearer.

Have you tryied to set preferences as in pic I posted? cd-dvd speed should be able to save in png without any software added.
Sorry to hijack/OT, but does anyone know a way to make mspaint save in PNG format by default?

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Sorry to hijack/OT, but does anyone know a way to make mspaint save in PNG format by default?

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probably, somewhere in the registry-- finding it will be no picnic . you should really give xnview/irfanview a try; faster loading, decent compression, and excellent compatibility.
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