FYI: CDRInfo's latest compatiblity report: DVD-R 96.74%, DVD+R 87.32%

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by David Chien, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. David Chien

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    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Article...DVD Media Format Compatibility Tests&Series=0

    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Article...Compatibility Tests/Images/Sheet_PerMedia.gif
    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Article...patibility Tests/Images/Sheet_PerRecorder.gif
    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Article... Compatibility Tests/Images/Sheet_Summary.gif

    The Pioneer A05 DVD-R was the most compatible burner to use, with no
    playback occuring only 9 out of 184 tested playback events. The other
    drives, including the HP DVD 300i, Philips DVDR890, the Pioneer DVR7000,
    and Sony DRX-500UL were worse.

    The Maxell DVD-R 4x disc were the most compatible discs to burn to and
    use, with no playback occuring in only 3 out of 138 tested playback
    events. All other media, were worse: Vertabim & Maxell DVD+RW & DVD+R
    discs, Pioneer DVD-RW 2x & DVD-R 4x, and Maxell DVD-RW 2x discs.

    ----

    This data is not all encompassing as it does not test every media
    available (eg. such as the very popular, inexpensive Ritek Gen04 DVD-R
    media), nor every player available.
     
    David Chien, Jul 16, 2003
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  2. David Chien

    Proto Guest

    Re: CDRInfo's latest compatiblity report: DVD-R 96.74%, DVD+R 87.32%

    "David Chien" <> wrote in message
    news:bf43of$2oq$...
    >

    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Specific.asp?ArticleHeadline=DVD Medi
    a%20Format%20Compatibility%20Tests&Series=0
    >
    >

    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Sources/DVD Media Format Compatib
    ility%20Tests/Images/Sheet_PerMedia.gif
    >

    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Sources/DVD Media Format Compatib
    ility%20Tests/Images/Sheet_PerRecorder.gif
    >

    http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Sources/DVD Media Format Compatib
    ility%20Tests/Images/Sheet_Summary.gif
    >
    > The Pioneer A05 DVD-R was the most compatible burner to use, with no
    > playback occuring only 9 out of 184 tested playback events. The other
    > drives, including the HP DVD 300i, Philips DVDR890, the Pioneer DVR7000,
    > and Sony DRX-500UL were worse.
    >
    > The Maxell DVD-R 4x disc were the most compatible discs to burn to and
    > use, with no playback occuring in only 3 out of 138 tested playback
    > events. All other media, were worse: Vertabim & Maxell DVD+RW & DVD+R
    > discs, Pioneer DVD-RW 2x & DVD-R 4x, and Maxell DVD-RW 2x discs.
    >
    > ----
    >
    > This data is not all encompassing as it does not test every media
    > available (eg. such as the very popular, inexpensive Ritek Gen04 DVD-R
    > media), nor every player available.


    NICE. Does anyone have data on the desktop players that will not play
    either?

    Proto
     
    Proto, Jul 16, 2003
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