Infomedia BD-R

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#1

Lite-On iHBS112 CL0J, 23 843 MB burned at 4x

sold as ,Philips BD-R 1-4x in cake box 10,
MID: INFOME-R30-000

hub code: B0110062617 161 100817
stamper code: BDR R30

Made in Taiwan


#2

Lite-On iHBS212 5L09, 20,90 GB burned at 4x
SMART-BURN ON

sold as "Philips 4x BD-R"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
made in Taiwan

supplied by EZ647 :flower:



#3

Scanning with 8x lets even good BD media look crap, but if You like it…


#4

[QUOTE=katraine;2600808]Scanning with 8x lets even good BD media look crap, but if You like it…[/QUOTE]:disagree::wink:

Erik Deppe, author of ODC recommended 4x scanning, gives me the most usable results when compared with real-world playback behaviour.

LG WH12LS30(1.00), 22.89GB burned with ImgBurn at 4x
Sold as: HiDisc 4x BD-R 10 spindle
White inkjet clear hub hub printable(not wide sputtered)
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in: Taiwan





#5

[QUOTE=katraine;2600808]Scanning with 8x lets even good BD media look crap, but if You like it…[/QUOTE]

I do not see any major differences.




#6

2x?
Ok, maybe You have got a crappy spindle of these INFOMER30:iagree:


#7

The 4x to 8x differences vary among different MIDs for me. Keep an eye on that and see if its the same for you. I do not know if perhaps the 212 has different scanning behaviour from the 112?


#8

[QUOTE=katraine;2600859]2x?
Ok, maybe You have got a crappy spindle of these INFOMER30:iagree:[/QUOTE]

Sorry Peter, it appears that katraine may be right :(.
Lite-on’s hardware can burn these well and Philips may be getting the end of the stamper run from Infomedia.

Lite-on iHBS112(CLOK), 21.48GB burned with ImgBurn at 4x
OPC: on, BD-R verify not required: on
Sold as: HiDisc 4x BD-R 10 spindle
White inkjet clear hub hub printable(not wide sputtered)
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in: Taiwan
Perfect TRT





#9

I´m using the iHBS112 for scanning, and my scans with 2x of Philips branded INFOMER30 look similar to Deanwitty´s scans of HIDISC printable INFOMER30, so I wouldn´t say these Philips ara not as good as HIDISC.

[B]Maybe the scanner makes the difference.[/B]

I had trouble with LiteOn and Samsung BD-ROMs delivering irregular ODC scan results.
Now, using the iHES112, I get reproducible results.

Inspired by Your posts and scans (Thank You!;)), I´ve ordered some HIDISC printable from Japan, hope to get INFOMER30 as well.

Kind regards
Katraine


#10

LG BH10LS30, burned at 4x
FW 1.01

Sold as: "Philips BD-R25 4x printable"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in Taiwan



#11

[QUOTE=katraine;2601589]LG BH10LS30, burned at 4x
FW 1.01

Sold as: "Philips BD-R25 4x printable"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in Taiwan[/QUOTE]

Could you scan it at 4x, 6x and 8x speeds? Thanks.


#12

At 8x



#13

Lite-on iHBS212(5L09), 22.59GB burned with ImgBurn at 4x
OPC: off, BD-R verify not required: on
Sold as: HiDisc 4x BD-R 10 spindle
White inkjet clear hub hub printable(not wide sputtered)
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in: Taiwan
Perfect TRT

hub code: B0310101508 BD 137944
stamper code: BDR R30-0001

Anxious to see more scans of these Infomedia’s. They look promising, even if I won’t be using many of them. Defies logic and good sense to skimp on wide sputtering with a hub printable :doh: :).





#14

[QUOTE=deanwitty;2607087]Lite-on iHBS212(5L09), 22.59GB burned with ImgBurn at 4x
OPC: off, BD-R verify not required: on
Sold as: HiDisc 4x BD-R 10 spindle
White inkjet clear hub hub printable(not wide sputtered)
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in: Taiwan
Perfect TRT

hub code: B0310101508 BD 137944
stamper code: BDR R30-0001

Anxious to see more scans of these Infomedia’s. They look promising, even if I won’t be using many of them. Defies logic and good sense to skimp on wide sputtering with a hub printable :doh: :).[/QUOTE]
Nice scans Mr. Witty.


#15

That’s most kind of you, Mr. Cooley :slight_smile:

LG WH10LS30(1.00-A9), 23.19GB burned with ImgBurn at 4x
OPC: off, BD-R verify not required: on
Sold as: HiDisc 4x BD-R 10 spindle
White inkjet clear hub hub printable(not wide sputtered)
MID: INFOME-R30-000
Made in: Taiwan
Perfect TRT



#16

Lite-On iHBS212 5L09, 20,47 GB burned at 4x

sold as "Philips 4x BD-R"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
made in Taiwan

1st scan with 8x speed, 2nd one with 4x speed




#17

Lite-On iHBS112 CL0K, 23 637 MB burned at 4x

sold as ,Philips BD-R 1-4x in jewel case,
MID: INFOME-R30-000

hub code: B0110040901 173 184268
stamper code: BDR R30



#18

Lite-On iHBS212 5L09, 20,26 GB burned at 4x

sold as "Philips 4x BD-R"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
made in Taiwan



#19

[QUOTE=pepst;2613912]Lite-On iHBS212 5L09, 20,26 GB burned at 4x

sold as "Philips 4x BD-R"
MID: INFOME-R30-000
made in Taiwan[/QUOTE]

:bow:

I keep waiting for someone to post a scan of these that’s less than very good. Have you learned anything about the technology/materials that Optodisc is using?


#20

I meant Infomedia, of course :doh:. Should have been in bed ,sleeping, and not posting with 1/2 a brain :o;)