WEll looking on svp i get the following info about Verbatim products:
Pack of 5 Verbatim (8x) Pastel Coloured DVD-R - ADVDINFO: .TYG..02
Photo Printable Verbatim (8x) 4.7Gb DVD-R Disc in Jewel Case - ADVDINFO: MCC 02RG20
Verbatim 'White Top' (16x) DVD+R in Jewel Case - ADVDINFO: MCC 004
Verbatim (8x) 4.7Gb DVD+R Disc in Jewel Case - ADVDINFO: MCC 003
Whilst 3 of em use MCC, still its a different media code for each product?
Anyways im not wanting to start an argument here im just wanting some help.
Majority of the datawrite discs I have burnt have had no read problems in DVD-speed and have no severe drop-offs, if they did have severe drop offs, i re-burnt the disc until the curve was nice and smooth. I have around 20 left of this disc before I need to purchase some more, but as again im unsure which to get.
Taiyo Yuden discs being the best at at least x2 the price of most dvd discs, other media which ive read are good have the media code MCC or RICOHJPN, but ive no idea which ones cos they all have different numbers on the end. All im wanting is an affordable durable disc; though other than the suggestion of Taiyo Yuden I really have no idea.
Also, is it worth buying a dvd-writer which has the option to do PI/PIF scans, such as a BenQ or Lite-On drive, although I have my NEC-3500 for burning?
PS. Thanks for your help so far acko