Write Only One Track

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Giants
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Write Only One Track

Post by Giants »

Hi !

Only for test I would like to write ONLY 1 track
(source is a lot of flux file like : 00.0.raw)
so i use this command : DTC.exe -f"test/00.0.raw" -w -s1 -e1 -g0

But, It write also the final Track
Image name: test/
Image type: RAW
Image sides: 2
Image tracks: 80
Analysis time: 2.250 s
Side 0: td: 1, cf: off, data: 80, unformatted: 0, nfr: 0
Side 1: td: 1, cf: off, data: 80, unformatted: 0, nfr: 0
Filter mode: side -wg: 3, crosstalk -wk: 3
Side mode: side -g: 0, td -k: 2, flip -wy: 0, flippy -y: 0
Write mode: bias -wb: 0, erase -we: 0
01.0 : Writing RAW
80.0 : Writing RAW, <unformatted> <-- I don't want this

The other solution for me is to have the possibility to set a 'pause' in each Write process.
Ex : 1seconde pause between each write signal

brightcaster
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Re: Write Only One Track

Post by brightcaster »

Kryflux writes a watermark to that track (afaik)...

David

Giants
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Re: Write Only One Track

Post by Giants »

watermark for what ?
Why write a watermark during a reprication process ? Strange.
You'r sure ?

Is it possible to unable that ?

ZrX
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Re: Write Only One Track

Post by ZrX »

Helps detecting if a submitted dump is from a disk that was mastered using KryoFlux. And people have already been selling counterfeit originals on ebay.

Giants
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Re: Write Only One Track

Post by Giants »

Not sure it's a good solution for this, it's easy to 'clean' the last Track of a dump.
But I understand this choice.

So, for me, the uniq solution will be to add a option to have a 'pause' between each write process
In 'ms' for exemple.

SomeGuy
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Re: Write Only One Track

Post by SomeGuy »

Aw, how cute. Someone who still thinks modern electronics should do what the user wants, not what the corporate overlord wants.

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