Your first paragraph refers to CD-RWs, but your second says CD-Rs. Have you
used both or just the Kodak CD-Rs?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lynn Allen" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 1:10 PM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: CD from Scanner
| Steve wrote:
| > > Most of the information I have seenis via http://www.cdmediaworld.com
| > > links from there. My own personal experience is that CD-RW is more
| > > temperamental.
| I haven't seen that to be the case, but then my experience is limited to
| only a few 10-packs of CD-RW. I've yet to have a problem, but that may be
| because I'm not pushing the medium to its limits or abusing storage
| considerations (and my setup is not ideal, by any far stretch of
| imagination!). With a new medium like CD, I don't think "pushing it" is a
| very smart thing to do unless you run a test-lab.
| Out of 20 Kodak Gold CD-Rs distributed, I've had no reports of problems.
| Unfortunately, Gold discs are no longer available. I'm now using the Kodak
| Silver, and still no problems (knock wood). If this all blows up in 5
| you can say "I told you so!" :-)
| Best regards--LRA
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