Interesting you should say that. I've been reading up on it a bit and a lot of people warn against slow burns, saying that the advice to burn slow is now out of date and that 1x/2x can actually cause more errors than faster speeds....
Probably quite true then as I haven't spent much time with optical media in the last couple of years. Just makes sense that the slower you spin it, the longer the laser gets to write and the less errors you get. Of course if the manufactoring process has managed to optimize the disks now so they write better faster then fair play and my knowledge is now out of date!
But yeah, I've always been impressed by the knowledge over at cdf/myce so hopefully the group concencious over there will stear you in the right direction.
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