A few years ago, CD-ROM drives were slow, and everyone was looking for a way to speed them up; now, they are excessively fast, and it’s causing some problems. Noise, vibrations, and short spindown times plague most modern drives.
For quickly transferring large chunks of data, this is an acceptable trade-off, but those who wish to stream audio and video from a disc are often left disappointed by poor performance and distracting noise.
With many drives, it is possible to set the read speed to a value lower than the maximum speed. This makes the disc spin slower, reducing mechanical noise. Many also let you set the spindown time to a value higher than the default. This makes the disc stay spinning and ready to access data for longer spans of time.
Unfortunately, most CD-ROM drive vendors do not give you the programs you need to change these settings. That’s where CD-ROM Tool comes in.
*** Note to Windows NT/2000/XP Users
CD-ROM Tool uses ASPI drivers to send commands to your drive. These drivers are included in Win95/98, but not in Windows NT/2000/XP. There are instructions in the readme.txt regarding installation of the aspi drivers.
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I have the following code to display an image on a label:
NSString *path = [[NSBundle mainBundle] pathForResource:@”myFile” ofType:@”jpg”];
NSData *imageData = [[NSData alloc] initWithContentsOfFile:path];
self.userImageView.image = [UIImage imageWithData:imageData];
the trouble is the NSData variable is a variable that is being set after the file is found and just before I put it into the NSData object.
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Create a NSMutableArray to hold the images to display in your ViewController.
Do this when app loads.
NSArray *myImages = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:[UIImage imageWithData:imageData], nil];
Then in the ViewDidLoad of the ViewController you want to display this image.
[imageArray addObject:[UIImage imageWithData:imageData]];
[myImageView setImage:[[imageArray objectAtIndex:0] retain]];
This way you are adding the image when you set the imageView and not when you retrieve the image.
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CD-ROM Tool (A.K.A. DiscSpinor) is an easy-to-use program that lets you change the spin speed of your CD-ROM drive. When installed, it will add a new icon to your desktop (on XP, there is a third icon added to the desktop tray to let you know you have CD-ROM Tool), and an icon will also be added to your “Startup” folder.
There are two options: “Fast” and “Maximum”. Although “Maximum” makes the disc spin faster, I have found that the added noise becomes irritating and I prefer to set this to “Fast”.
If you find that you do not have the option to choose “Fast” during installation, you can find a workaround by opening the program through the “Run” or “Start” menu and clicking on “Run as Administrator”, or use the following command line: “CD-ROM\cdromtool.exe /fast”.
DiscSpinor (CD-ROM Tool’s long name) will run from the CD-ROM shortcut added by CD-ROM Tool. The program that opens is the program of the last disc you accessed (or the auto-run program if you did not specify a disc).
CD-ROM Tool was designed to be a minor (and easy-to-use) way to configure the spin speed of your CD-ROM drive. I believe it was written by Christian Hé
***Note: The readme.txt has instructions on how to install the appropriate drivers for Windows NT/2000/XP.
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CD-ROM Tool is a command line application, which allows you to adjust various settings on your CD-ROM drive.
It will allow you to
— Set Read Speed
— Set Spindown Time
— Read the CUE file on CD-R’s
— Extract the album track listing from the CUE file
— Extract the artist/title track listing from the CUE file
— Extract any pre-recorded data from an OGG CD-R
— Play an Ogg CD-R
— Extract the track listings from a JPEG image
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— Audio CD-ROMs in 24-bit mode
— Audio CD-ROMs in 16-bit mode
— Audio CD-ROMs in 8-bit mode
— Audio CD-ROMs in 3-bit mode
— Audio CD-ROMs in 1-bit mode
— Readable CD-ROMs
— Writeable CD-ROMs
— Define read speed and spindown time
— Allow the flywheel to spindown
— Toggle searching from first frame
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CD-ROM Tool allows you to set the read speed and the spindown time for a CD-ROM.
To adjust the read speed, you need to pass the following parameters:
— volume descriptor
You can find the CD-ROM volume descriptor information in the following format.
If the above information is not present, CD-ROM Tool will assume that the
CD-ROM is a LANGUAGE-tagged CD-ROM, and will set the read speed and spindown time
according to the information in the following format.
To adjust the spindown time, you need to pass the following parameters:
The specifies the number of seconds the CD-ROM drive will
spindown after the disc is trashed.
The specifies the number of minutes the disc is being ejected and
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CD-ROM Tool is a stand-alone program, so you do not have to install it in the “Program Files” directory. You can move it to any directory you wish.
CD-ROM Tool has a master program which will work to fit your needs or take you to another level. A help file comes with the program.
To use CD-ROM Tool, simply press “R” to get the program started or simply start the program and choose “Load Setup” for a quick option.
The CD-ROM Tool works in Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8. It will work with any CD-ROM drive that uses the RedBook standard, including only CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs. CD-ROM Tool will also work with any CD-ROM that contains an ISO-9660 or UDF file format disk image. CD-ROM Tool will not burn CD-Rs.
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If you have Windows 2000/XP/Vista you can find this in your CD-ROM Tool menu: Options>General>Custom APIs.
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