Corrected documentation of bytes/second value of 1x CD speed

Thomas Schmitt 6 years ago
parent 19a1b8e768
commit 074f88fe98

@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
.\" First parameter, NAME, should be all caps
.\" Second parameter, SECTION, should be 1-8, maybe w/ subsection
.\" other parameters are allowed: see man(7), man(1)
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Version 1.4.7, Sep 16, 2016"
.TH CDRSKIN 1 "Version 1.4.7, Dec 17, 2016"
.\" Please adjust this date whenever revising the manpage.
.\" Some roff macros, for reference:
@ -532,6 +532,7 @@ to mark the end of the range of an eventual option -audio or -xa1.
Options -mode2, -xa, and -xa2 get mapped to -data, not using the desired CD
sector formats and thus not taking advantage of eventual higher payload.
.BI \-xa1
Subsequent tracks are data tracks with input suitable for CD-ROM XA mode 2
form 1. This differs from -data input by 8 additional header bytes per block.
@ -810,7 +811,7 @@ means -nocopy surely without -scms.
.BI speed= number
Set speed of drive. With data CD, 1x speed corresponds to a throughput of
150,000 bytes/second. With DVD, 1x = 1,385,000 bytes/second.
153,600 bytes/second. With DVD, 1x = 1,385,000 bytes/second.
With BD 1x = 4,495,625 bytes/second.
It is not an error to set a speed higher than is suitable for drive
and media. One should stay within a realistic speed range, though.