K3B error while burning Blu-Ray
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Mon Jun 20 01:12:41 UTC 2011
On 20/06/11 02:26, Gerardo wrote:
> Basil Chupin wrote:
>> You don't mention which version of k3b you are using nor on which
>> version of Kubuntu.
>> I had a bad problem with k3b not being able to burn dvd9 -R discs - but
>> had no problems with dvd9 +R discs. Problem was resolved when the author
>> of k3b released a bug fix, and now I have no such hassles.
>> (Oh, a PS: although the result of a burn to a -R dvd9 discs was an error
>> message that the burn failed, the burn in fact was OK in 95% - not 100%
>> - cases. So run your bluray disc to see if it actually works.)
> I'm using K3B 2.0.2, KDE 4.6.2, on Kubuntu Natty 64 bit. The first
> disc that I burned, I used the default settings, and left 50 MB free
> at the end, according to K3B. That one had one file truncated.
> On the other three discs, I specified burning with growisofs and left
> at least 1GB free at the end. K3B also ended with an I/O error at 99%,
> however, afterwards, I ran diff an all the files and those 3 discs
> burned properly.
You have me intrigued.... I've been using k3b for many years and have
never had to adjust the disc size to burn - in fact I didn't know that
one could even do this in k3b. Certainly in k9copy you can adjust the
output file (to 4400MB for dvd5 and to 8000MB for dvd9) after which k3b
just knows which size disc it it burning but I never knew that one could
control the size in k3b. Live and learn.....
Where in k3b is this adjustment to be found, thanks?
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