CDR Identifier reads the ATIP (Absolute Time In Pregroove) information which is prerecorder on a CD-R(W) disc. The ATIP code contains information about the manufacturer, dye type and capacity of the CD-R(W) disc. Since most CD-R(W) discs manufacturers don't produce their own CDs, is CDR Identifier an invaluable tool that shows the real manufacturer of a CD-R(W) disc. It will help you identify high or low quality discs. The only question is, are there manufacturers who tamper with the ATIP information and make low quality discs look like high quality ones?
You can download the most versions here. The cdfreak link doesn't work anymore , since it redirects to gum.de.
Be wanred : The product may reboot your system if it's a Dell.
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