About Re-mapping block
redstar at msrd.hitachi.co.jp
Thu Jun 16 19:19:06 PDT 2005
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* Kenji Akahoshi <redstar at msrd.hitachi.co.jp>
I have found strange description in the Fuji6r09.pdf document.
Please see page206,
Table 86 - Format 4 RMD - Field 3 (Border Zone Information).
Byte 0-15 indicates Re-mapping block sector number for AP#n.
But following description say that,
indicates that the alternative ECC block address of the AP#n.
Which description is correct?
ECC block address?
How about previous my question..?
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$B7oL>(B :: Re: About Invisible RZone in Format4 RMD Filed4
> Hello Akahoshi-san,
> My understanding is that all the Invisible RZone related fields
> including Jump interval field must be set to all 00h to indicate
> fields are invalid. I think we should assume no Invisible RZone
> on the disc.
> But there is another question.
> Which number shall I set to Invisible RZone number field if Invisible
> RZone does not exist on the disc?
> Takaharu Ai
> Panasonic AVC Networks Company
> Osaka, Japan
> ---------------- Start of the original message ----------------
> >From: Kenji Akahoshi <redstar at msrd.hitachi.co.jp>
> >To: mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com
> >Cc: Rich Ramos <t10 at RichRamos.com>, "t10 at t10.org" <t10 at t10.org>
> >Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 13:01:13 +0900
> >Subject: About Invisible RZone in Format4 RMD Filed4
> > Katata-san,
> > I have a question about DVD-R DL.
> > If all capacity is reserved as one RZone with Format4,
> > which value should be set as $B!H(B***** of Invisible RZone$B!I(B
> > in Format4 RMD Filed4.
> > (The RZone is not Invisible any more.)
> > Best regards,
> > ---------------
> > Kenji Akahoshi
> > HITCHI Ltd,
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