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Yep, that's right: every compact disc actually holds about 2.33 gigabytes of data. The CD-ROM format is so incredibly unreliable that all of the layers of error corrections require 2.33 GB to encode 650 MB of usable data.
13 days ago by bling
A look into the data that's stored on CD-ROMs, how that's encoded into CD image files, and a proposal for a more complete CD-ROM archival format.
audio  hardware  cd  reference  encoding 
14 days ago by geetarista
"In this article, I'll break down the overall structure of data stored on CD-ROMs, cover what data is currently missing from most CD-ROM image formats, and propose a new CD image format that obviates the need for CUE sheets to describe disc tracks, while also providing more complete disc preservation."
hardware  cd  reference 
14 days ago by ddribin
A look into the data that's stored on CD-ROMs, how that's encoded into CD image files, and a proposal for a more complete CD-ROM archival format.
compact_disc  cd  fileformat  data_structures  audio  encoding  cdrom 
14 days ago by raphman
Yep, that's right: every compact disc actually holds about 2.33 gigabytes of data. The CD-ROM format is so incredibly unreliable that all of the layers of error corrections require 2.33 GB to encode 650 MB of usable data.
article 
22 days ago by robey