BD-R 4x, 6x and DVD Identifier

vbimport

#1

Is there anyone who can verify that BD-R 4x and BD-R 6x are properly recognized by DVD Identifier ? I’m particularly interested in the ‘recording speeds’ field.

http://dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com/

If the speeds aren’t properly listed, then I really would appreciate receiving a ‘media code block’-dump (i.e. the PIC) so I can fix the problem.

Thanks,

Kris


#2

I only have two 4x brands, Panasonic and Verbatim. I will look into it for you this weekend.

[QUOTE=xkrissx;2129009]Is there anyone who can verify that BD-R 4x and BD-R 6x are properly recognized by DVD Identifier ? I’m particularly interested in the ‘recording speeds’ field.

http://dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com/

If the speeds aren’t properly listed, then I really would appreciate receiving a ‘media code block’-dump (i.e. the PIC) so I can fix the problem.

Thanks,

Kris[/QUOTE]


#3

[QUOTE=MegaDETH;2129183]I only have two 4x brands, Panasonic and Verbatim. I will look into it for you this weekend.[/QUOTE]

Thx. In the mean time I looked at following URL that uses DVD Identifier for BD identification.

http://homepage2.nifty.com/yss/bluray/bluray01.htm

The BD recording speed algorithm for 4x and 6x is something I coded a few years ago when the discs did not yet exist (I used interpolation based on the 1x nominal recording speed to get 4x and 6x numbers).

Based on the info on the site I can conclude that 4x discs are recognized ok, while 6x discs aren’t (e.g. [BD-R-SL:MEI-RA1-001]).

Still, I’d also like to get the EXACT nominal speeds from the disc’s PIC. Therefore it is much appreciated if you could send me a 4x PIC hex dump to the address that can be found on DVD Identifier’s web site. Such a dump is too big to post in the forum.

Thx.


#4

Email sent with HEX dump.

Let me know if you need anything else.

[QUOTE=xkrissx;2129333]Thx. In the mean time I looked at following URL that uses DVD Identifier for BD identification.

http://homepage2.nifty.com/yss/bluray/bluray01.htm

The BD recording speed algorithm for 4x and 6x is something I coded a few years ago when the discs did not yet exist (I used interpolation based on the 1x nominal recording speed to get 4x and 6x numbers).

Based on the info on the site I can conclude that 4x discs are recognized ok, while 6x discs aren’t (e.g. [BD-R-SL:MEI-RA1-001]).

Still, I’d also like to get the EXACT nominal speeds from the disc’s PIC. Therefore it is much appreciated if you could send me a 4x PIC hex dump to the address that can be found on DVD Identifier’s web site. Such a dump is too big to post in the forum.

Thx.[/QUOTE]