I'm sorry I posted in the wrong section.
I'm archiving my camcorder movies, and I'd like them to be around for years to come, so I thought about doing some error scans after the burn. I'd rather not get 4 years down the line and find out they're unreadable.
I'll be writing bluray and dual laer dvds.
I have a liteon dvd burner that can do scans, but it won't read blurays, and from what I've read tonight, doing a scan in another drive is pointless.
I can't understand why a manufacturer would leave a feature like this out on a a drive unless they had someting to hide. If you can't do a quality scan, how do you know about the unrecoverable errors on the disc?