Welcome to the Blu-ray Disc media testing forum!
We are creating a database of Blank Media Tests based on the media manufacturer and ADIP where you can search and study in detail. This means that the structure of each thread and post must be consistent and accessible by the search engine. Therefore, it requires your cooperation to ensure that it works and be useful for all CDFreaks members.
Before posting, please read the guidelines below. Please do not be offended if your post is edited, moved or even deleted by the moderators, it is done in the spirit to ensure consistency.
[li] This forum is for posting scan results only; this is not a discussion forum!
[/li][li] There will be threads for each media manufacturer, Verbatim, TDK, MEI, etc.
[/li][li] They will also be split up in format and type (BD-R, BD-RE, BD-R DL, BD-RE DL)
[/li][li] Please use the search function before creating a new thread or posting your scan results!
Each thread should include the following:
[li]Thread title is name after media maker and disc type.
[/li]Examples: Verbatim BD-R
[li]Modify the subject line to include media maker, rated speed, type and the actual burn speed.
[/li] Example: Verbatim 2x BD-R burned at 6x
[li]First line of the post must include the drive model and firmware, and the size of the burn in MB or GB.
[/li] Example: LG BH08NS20 EL02-05, 23,768MB
[li]Next you should post the MID (Manufacturer IDentification). Look below for a guide on this.
[/li][li]Now you should include which Brand the discs is sold under and which Manufacturer the discs comes from (for searching purposes), follow this with any relevant information like whether the discs is unreadable in some players etc
[/li][li]Finally post screenshots of your
[li]Burn chart, by any software
[/li][li]Transfer Rate Test (TRT)
[/li][li]Nero DiscSpeed â€œScanDiscâ€
[/li][li]Disc Quality Scan, with a Lite-On Blu-ray drive (optional)
[li]Please only a single disc per post. If you have scans for multiple discs, please make multiple posts.
[/li][li]In order to keep the size of the image to a minimum, we strongly suggest saving it in “.PNG” format.
[/li][li]We strongly suggest you do not link images and use our Manage Attachments’ feature so the images will remain if your host disappears.