[LAD] [OT] CD-R masters, block error rate and dvd-r mystery...
nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de
Wed Jul 23 20:06:44 UTC 2008
thanks for your reply. i'm cc:ing the list so that others can benefit
from it as well...
Anthony Kozar wrote:
> Hi Joern,
> This is just a shot in the dark, but most audio CD tracks have a "lead-in"
> time of 2 or more seconds. CD players will typically count down using
> negative numbers for this time and the track is considered to begin after
> the lead-in. Perhaps one of your drives (the DVD drive?) is reading the
> lead-in as part of the track?
> (2 seconds x 44100 samples/sec. x 2 channels x 2 bytes/sample = 352,000
i can rule this out, because although i used both a dvdr and cdr drive
for burning, both cds were read back in using the cdr drive.
any differences must have occured during burning. but since i used the
same toc file and disk-at-once mode, it's unlikely that the lead-in got
interpreted differently in both drives... but you are right, this being
a live cd, i used pre-gaps and non-silent gaps extensively - i'll
investigate some more along those lines.
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