how good is the data reliability with CD ROM and DVD RAM?
teoz at neo.rr.com
Mon Jul 23 14:57:21 CDT 2018
What kind of media is it DVD+R or DVD-R? I think DVD-R (Pioneer) came first
and all the original DVD burners support it and it is the most reliable if
you are making movies for older DVD players. DVD+R is a Sony and Phillips
design and the recording format is different.
The last generation of DVD recorders is +/- but anything IDE would probably
be DVD-R only and might have issues reading + disks.
From: Ali via cctalk
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2018 2:55 PM
To: 'Fred Cisin' ; 'General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts'
Subject: RE: how good is the data reliability with CD ROM and DVD RAM?
> Does anybody here have experience with "M-Disc"?
> It is available up to 100GB BDXL!
> Drives start at less than $100; media is prices vary - the 100GB starts
> about $20 each, but the low capacity versions are bordering on
I have used M-Disc to archive photos and digital media. So far so good.
Problem is you need an M-Disc drive to read it for sure - what does that
mean? Well the disc is supposed to be compatible across all DVD readers BUT
I have found my older Lite-On IDE drives, which were considered very good
back in the day, have had problems reading the DVDs. So your mileage may
Also of note the original company has gone bankrupt and their assets bought
out. The new owners are continuing to produce M-Disc media.
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