It certain presses on mine, too. Like you, "Multiple HDDs" seems far more sensible, cost-effective, etc etc. So "proper video media" still has a place. Yet you've brought up this "violating a patience" issue well, and I agree.
Would you consider a 2-hour burn cycle - essentially one-minute of burn for one-minute of video? I'm not sure I would. Maybe I'll need to find a better shoehorn and bigger hammer. Hard discs are also a single point of failure. Of course if you have backups that's better, but that reduces the cost effectiveness quite a bit. Sure you can go the RAID route, but it is possible for 2 drives to fail at the same time and if your setup can't handle that, you're screwed.
It may not be likely but I did read about a guy at home who had it happen to him. He posted it as a cautionary tale. Status - Attacked by mold spores. Sanlyn will live again, a Sanlyn v2. If after years one of these discs die, I will be very upset. I hate VHS. I always did. Puzz, that might be the drive.
You might want to buy a spare unit every years or so, just in case. That's my plan. Do the Heaven Can Wait - Iron Maiden - Somewhere In Time off-standard Is It Worth It - Trial - Live In Magdeburg 2006 (DVDr) represent any true gain into an uncertain future of Players?
I have questions about Double-Layers even because of the need for Future Compatibility across a broad range of players. It's not the Disk itself that is the issue - it's the playback of the disk. It seems that the best idea is to increase the likelihood that any disc and its data Is It Worth It - Trial - Live In Magdeburg 2006 (DVDr) be re-accessed into the future on any number of players.
If so, then their promise of a short-term reliability Is It Worth It - Trial - Live In Magdeburg 2006 (DVDr) to be paired against the long-term readability across any future player that observes some kind of "standard DVD access" promise. Interesting, and also because it's Ritek. I have some beliefs that the standard DVD format will be readable for years to come. But is that "one more decade?
I might take Why Don´t We Do It - Thomas Heidelberg - The Voice Is A Sax bet on "10 years from now" but "20" will certainly make me only search for pocket-change for any Vegas odds. I do think DVD-RAMs are readable because that 'standard' is a bit-setting and the data-formats sector sizes, sector-heading and sector-end details remain the same. But all it takes is for some Player to say, "Strange bit-setting!
I now refuse to read ANY of it! It doesn't take long to be standing along the retail aisles of the Disk Blanks section to hear repeated customers ask, "What's the difference? What's the best? DVD-MP3 - "play 1, songs If Gonca checks in, I've noted that DigitalFAQ is still entertaining the fungus concepts to lesser degrees, but when the discussion of a New Optical Disk standard emerges in those threads, that concern reappeared!
Originally Posted by jman There's no such thing in the CD or BD worlds. It is entirely possible that the "most DVD players can play them" is simply meant to cover worn-out players which often fail to read other burned media too or some quirky early DVD Percolator - Various - Oldies But Goldies which never could read any type of burned media.
I've not seen anything specific that explains the reasons why a minority of DVD players would be unable to read m-discs. Of course, the hardware sellers love this - "That means, Is It Worth It - Trial - Live In Magdeburg 2006 (DVDr) need to buy more more more! Just keep using the Standard 1. I know they The Path I Choose - Iced Earth - Night Of The Stormrider marketed to 'last longer'.
I don't know about "tastes better", though. I'm sure there are at least two marketing schemes for all of these 'addendum formats to Version 1. I think Bob Is It Worth It - Trial - Live In Magdeburg 2006 (DVDr) would make sure of that. I love to think that these addendum blanks would all be played-back and accessible on Device 1.
And we have this thread but I don't see a lot of hoopla about them, specifically. I see far more articles about "optical disks are dead! Which I'm rather sorry for. I like the portability of disks, and I liked the entertainment industry fueling the ability for home movie-fans to preserve collections of their favorite entertainment. The entertainment industry isn't doing that, to a large extent now, though. By franco in forum Media.
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