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17-Aug-2012, 05:45 PM #1
DVD Lead-in Area
I am wondering if there s away to edit or write to lead-in area?
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18-Aug-2012, 06:03 AM #2
not possible its reserved for information regarding the write.
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18-Aug-2012, 07:14 PM #3
OK.Then please tell me where DVD track & session info are kept . while you are retrieving track info, in which sectores you are looking for that data.
lead-in area keeping DVD data like manufacturer, Disk unique id ( for DVD-r) , and track info and etc.
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18-Aug-2012, 07:35 PM #4
Hello everybody.
if you want the truth, I got an idea. if I was able to change track info like NWA ( next writable address ), number of sectore and stuffs like that, and erase that data from DVD or change that, I can make DVD seems to be a blank DVD and as you know, that DVD cannot be copied. thus I and only I can access DVD data
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The Lead in Zone takes up 2FFFFh sectors on the disc, the control zone has 16 sectors repeated 192 times. Information regarding the disc would be contained within that zone,
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