I'm converting my .ISOs to .CSO format. However, it is very common that I get the LBA error when converting. The way I've found around this is by selecting "Use UMD Standard Padding" rather than "Use no extra padding".
The thing is, I can find no info on what these options really do. Is there any disadvantage to use "standard padding"? To me, the CSOs seems to be of virtually exactly the same size so there seems to be no advantage to use "no padding".
Also, the LBA error seems to be quite common, and is especially enervating when batch converting. If it can't be easily fixed, a graceful failure, logged message, and proceeding to the next in the queue would be preferable.