Infomedia DVD+R

They also made great Blu-ray media.

INFOME R30 and FUJIFILM03 (MBI-made) are the DVD-media with the worst longevity in my big media-pool :\

But can´t say bad things about INFOME R20, work good after years.

BD-R from Infomedia I don´t have

Siera 8x DVD+R / INFOME R20

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @ 8x




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Saw it on Ebay ^^

Yes, the 25 cakebox

R20 is good media, with R30 I had bad luck

Siera 8x DVD+R / INFOME R20

Burned with LiteOn iHAS624 @8x




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Siera 8x DVD+R / INFOME R20

Burned with BenQ DW1640 @4x




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Siera 8x DVD+R / INFOME R20

Burned with LG GH22LP20 @8x




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Siera 8x DVD+R / INFOME R20

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @4x




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Philips 16x DVD+R / INFOME R30

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @16x




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Philips 16x DVD+R / INFOME R30

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @8x




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Infomedia DVDRs have a great jitter!

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Wow, looks excellent. Hope it is more reliable than my R30 was

Philips 16x DVD+R / INFOME R30

Burned with LiteOn iHBS112 @8x




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Writer: Pioneer BDR-209E
Firmware: 1.51
Media: Intenso DVD+R 16x
MID: (INFOME R30)
Burn Speed: 16x
Software: Nero CDSpeed 4.7.7.16
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019

Looks not bad

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Philips 16x DVD+R / INFOME R30

Burned with LG GH22LP20 @16x




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I just happened to burn one Philips DVD+R INFOME R30, shall I make another copy? :wink: (how quickly and badly they degrade?)

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Ok, that looks convincing :wink:
Luckily the only disc of that type I had was a bit scratched, so even initial quality disqualified it.

Just thinking right now about media degradation - I followed some old threads but I don’t think anyone managed to answer the question - will media degrade at the same pace before and after burning? Would be great to have some more certainty that a disc is likely to be stable if it hasn’t degraded after few years on the shelf. But to have some proof one might need to have a batch of media known to degrade, make some burns but also keep some blanks - and after observing degradation of the burned discs make a blank disc and try to compare the quality level (is it more close to initial quality or has it degraded already).