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WORKING INCITS XXX DRAFT T10/1675-D Revision 1b 1 February 2005 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - Multimedia Commands – 5 (MMC-5) This is a draft proposal of the InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS). INCITS is accredited by, and approved under rules approved by, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). As such this is not a completed standard. The INCITS T10 Technical Committee may modify this document as a result of comments received during public review and its approval as a standard. Use of the information contained herein is at your own risk. Permission is granted to members of INCITS, its technical committees, and their associated task groups to reproduce this document for the purposes of INCITS standards activities without further permission, provided this notice is included. All other rights are reserved. Any commercial or for- profit replication or re-publication is prohibited. MMC-5 Technical Editor: Bill McFerrin, CD Edge, Inc. P. O. Box 381 Llano, TX 78643 Tel. (325) 423-1560 E-mail: billmc@tstar.net Reference number ISO/IEC ***** :XXXX ANSI INCITS .***** :XXXX Printed: ******, XXXX POINTS OF CONTACT INCITS T10 Chair INCITS T10 Vice-Chair John B. Lohmeyer George O. Penokie LSI Logic Corp. Tivoli Systems Inc. 4420 ArrowsWest Dr. MS: 2C6 Colo. Springs, CO 80907-3444 3605 Highway 52 N. Tel: (719) 533-7560 Rochester, MN 55901 USA Fax: (719) 533-7183 Telephone: (507) 253-5208 Email: lohmeyer@t10.org Facsimile: (507) 253-2880 Email: gpenokie@tivoli.com INCITS Secretariat INCITS Secretariat Telephone: 202-737-8888 1250 Eye Street, NW Suite 200 Facsimile: 202-638-4922 Washington, DC 20005 e-mail: INCITS@itic.org T10 Reflector Internet address for subscription to the T10 reflector: majordomo@t10.org Internet address for distribution via T10 reflector: t10@t10.org Document Distribution Global Engineering Telephone: 303-792-2181 or 15 Inverness Way East 800-854-7179 Englewood, CO 80112-5704 Facsimile: 303-792-2192 ANSI I INCITS XXX.200n American National Standards for Information Technology – SCSI Multimedia Commands – 5 (MMC-5) Secretariat InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards Approved DD MM YY American National Standards Institute, Inc. Abstract This standard defines a SCSI based command set needed to access multimedia features. The applicable clauses of this standard when used in conjunction with other standards and publications define a full standard set of commands. American National Standard Approval of an American National Standard requires verification by ANSI that the requirements for due process, consensus and other criteria for approval have been met by the standards developer. Consensus is established when, in the judgment of the ANSI Board of Standards Review, directly and materially affected interests have reached substantial agreement. Substantial agreement means much more than a simple majority, but not necessarily unanimity. Consensus requires that all views and objections be considered and that effort be made towards their resolution. The use of American National Standards is completely voluntary; their existence does not in any respect preclude anyone, whether he has approved the standards or not, from manufacturing, marketing, purchasing, or using products, processes, or procedures not conforming to the standards. The American National Standards Institute does not develop standards and in no circumstances give interpretation on any American National Standard. Moreover, no person shall have the right or authority to issue an interpretation of an American National Standard in the name of the American National Standards Institute. Requests for interpretations should be addressed to the secretariat or sponsor whose name appears on the title page of this standard. CAUTION NOTICE: This American National Standard may be revised or withdrawn at any time. The procedures of the American National Standards Institute require that action be taken periodically to reaffirm, revise, or withdraw this standard. Purchasers of American National Standards may receive current information on all standards by calling or writing the American National Standards Institute. CAUTION NOTICE: The developers of this standard have requested that holders of patents that may be required for the implementation of this standard disclose such patents to the publisher. However, neither the developers nor the publisher has undertaken a patent search in order to identify, which, if any, patents may apply to this standard. As of the date of publication of this standard and following call for the identification of patents that may be required for the implementation of the standard, no such claims have been made. The developer or publisher in respect to any standard it processes conducts no further patent search. No representation is made or implied that licenses are not required to avoid infringement in the use of this standard. Published by American National Standards Institute 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036 Copyright 200n by American National Standards Institute All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America 1 February 2005 T10/1675-D MMC-5 Revision 1b i Contents 1 Scope ................................................................................................................................. 1 2 References......................................................................................................................... 3 2.1 Normative References .................................................................................................................3 2.2 Approved References..................................................................................................................3 2.3 References Under Development ................................................................................................4 2.4 Other References .........................................................................................................................4 3 Definitions, Symbols, Abbreviations, and Conventions................................................. 7 3.1 Definitions.....................................................................................................................................7 3.1.1 General Terminology ................................................................................................................7 3.1.2 CD Specific Terms..................................................................................................................12 3.1.3 DVD Specific Terms ...............................................................................................................16 3.1.4 BD Specific Terms ..................................................................................................................18 3.2 List of Abbreviations and Acronyms .......................................................................................19 3.3 Keywords....................................................................................................................................20 3.4 Conventions ...............................................................................................................................21 3.5 Bit and byte ordering.................................................................................................................22 4 Multi-Media Device Models............................................................................................. 24 4.1 General........................................................................................................................................24 4.1.1 Common Media Structure.......................................................................................................24 4.1.2 Logical Blocks.........................................................................................................................24 4.1.3 Logical Sub-Divisions of Media ..............................................................................................25 4.1.3.1 General...............................................................................................................................25 4.1.3.2 Logical Tracks ....................................................................................................................25 4.1.3.3 Sessions.............................................................................................................................25 4.1.4 Data cache..............................................................................................................................26 4.1.5 Resets.....................................................................................................................................26 4.1.5.1 Reset Types .......................................................................................................................26 4.1.5.2 Power-On Reset.................................................................................................................26 4.1.5.3 Hard Reset .........................................................................................................................27 4.1.5.4 Device Reset ......................................................................................................................27 4.1.6 Error reporting.........................................................................................................................27 4.1.6.1 Unit Attention Conditions....................................................................................................27 4.1.6.2 Logical Unit Busy Conditions .............................................................................................27 4.1.6.3 Unable to Write Errors........................................................................................................29 4.1.6.4 Deferred Errors...................................................................................................................29 4.1.7 Removable medium................................................................................................................29 4.1.8 Timeouts .................................................................................................................................31 4.1.8.1 General...............................................................................................................................31 4.1.8.2 Group 1 Timeouts...............................................................................................................31 4.1.8.3 Group 2 Timeouts...............................................................................................................32 4.1.8.4 No Timeout Commands .....................................................................................................32 4.1.8.5 Group 3 timeout for Real Time Stream recording/playback...............................................32 4.1.8.5.1 General ...........................................................................................................................32 4.1.8.5.2 Trace time for requested sectors....................................................................................33 4.1.8.5.3 Exception 1: Time for the initial OPC..............................................................................33 4.1.8.5.4 Exception 2: Sync cache time ........................................................................................33 4.1.8.5.5 Exception 3: Power state transition time to Active state.................................................34 4.1.8.5.6 Relationship of Group 3 time unit and Unit length..........................................................34 4.1.8.6 Recommended Timeout value handling.............................................................................34 T10/1675-D MMC-5 Revision 1b 1 February 2005 ii 4.1.9 Power Management ............................................................................................................... 36 4.2 Generic Models.......................................................................................................................... 37 4.2.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................. 37 4.2.2 Non-Removable Disk ............................................................................................................. 37 4.2.3 Removable Disk ..................................................................................................................... 37 4.2.4 Write Once ............................................................................................................................. 37 4.3 Compact Disc (CD) .................................................................................................................... 38 4.3.1 CD Media Organization .......................................................................................................... 38 4.3.2 Recorded CD Media Structure ............................................................................................... 38 4.3.2.1 The CD Frame Structure ................................................................................................... 38 4.3.2.2 Sub-channel....................................................................................................................... 39 4.3.3 Physical Track Topology: Single Session Disc ...................................................................... 41 4.3.4 Physical track topology – Multi-Session Disc......................................................................... 41 4.3.4.1 Sessions ............................................................................................................................ 41 4.3.4.2 Tracks ................................................................................................................................ 41 4.3.4.3 Frame Addressing ............................................................................................................. 42 4.3.4.4 Q Sub-channel ................................................................................................................... 42 4.3.4.5 Q Sub-channel in the Program Area ................................................................................. 43 4.3.4.5.1 Types of Q...................................................................................................................... 43 4.3.4.5.2 ADR=1 (0001b) – Mode-1 Q .......................................................................................... 43 4.3.4.5.3 ADR=2 (0010b) – Mode-2 Q .......................................................................................... 43 4.3.4.5.4 ADR=3 (0011b) – Mode-3 Q .......................................................................................... 44 4.3.4.6 Q Sub-channel in the Lead-out Area ................................................................................. 45 4.3.4.7 Q Sub-channel in the Lead-in Area ................................................................................... 45 4.3.4.7.1 Types of Q...................................................................................................................... 45 4.3.4.7.2 Mode-1 Q ....................................................................................................................... 45 4.3.4.7.3 Mode-2 Q ....................................................................................................................... 46 4.3.4.7.4 Mode-5 Q ....................................................................................................................... 46 4.3.4.8 CD Main Channel Block Formats ...................................................................................... 47 4.3.4.8.1 General Data Block Format............................................................................................ 47 4.3.4.8.2 Block Format for Audio................................................................................................... 48 4.3.4.8.3 Block Format for Mode 0 Data ....................................................................................... 48 4.3.4.8.4 Block Format for Mode 1 Data ....................................................................................... 48 4.3.4.8.5 Block Format for Mode 2 Data ....................................................................................... 49 4.3.4.8.5.1 Forms of Mode 2 ............................................................................................................ 49 4.3.4.8.5.2 Block Format for Mode 2 formless Data ........................................................................ 49 4.3.4.8.5.3 Block Format for Mode 2 form 1 Data............................................................................ 49 4.3.4.8.5.4 Block Format for Mode 2 form 2 Data............................................................................ 50 4.3.4.9 CD Recordable and CD ReWritable Media Structure........................................................ 50 4.3.4.9.1 ATIP ............................................................................................................................... 50 4.3.4.9.2 ATIP Time Codes........................................................................................................... 52 4.3.4.9.3 Special Information ........................................................................................................ 52 4.3.4.9.4 Additional Information .................................................................................................... 52 4.3.4.10 Blank Media Structure ....................................................................................................... 53 4.3.4.10.1 CD-R Volume 1 and CD-RW.......................................................................................... 53 4.3.4.10.2 CD-R Volume 2 .............................................................................................................. 54 4.3.4.10.3 PMA Q Sub-channel ...................................................................................................... 54 4.3.4.11 Recording........................................................................................................................... 55 4.3.4.12 The Track Descriptor Block ............................................................................................... 56 4.3.5 High Speed CD-RW media recording .................................................................................... 57 4.3.6 CD Audio error reporting ........................................................................................................ 58 4.3.7 CD ready condition/not ready condition ................................................................................. 58 4.3.8 Sensing support for CD-audio commands. ............................................................................ 59 4.4 DVD Model.................................................................................................................................. 60 4.4.1 General................................................................................................................................... 60 1 February 2005 T10/1675-D MMC-5 Revision 1b iii 4.4.2 Physical Media Characteristics...............................................................................................60 4.4.2.1 The

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