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[filmscanners] Re: labeling cd's



>> The data tracks are written starting with theinnermost (closest to
>> center) ones. On most cd-r dyes, it is pretty easy to spot visually where
>> the data actually ends. That should tell you which area is safe to write
>> on
>
>Be careful! We don't know with any certainty whether data may migrate
>outwards with the passage of time - at least I can't find any web refs
>which say it won't ;-)

Oooo.  I wonder if it might migrate out more rapidly on faster drives, 32x et 
al: centrifugal force at work?  But then would they be bigger bits -- more 
space to spread out in the larger outer circumference.  :-)


--
Bob Shomler
http://www.shomler.com/

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