Prodisc DVD-R

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#41

ProdiscF01, Fujifilm-branded 8x -R, from a 25-pack purchased at Best Buy in California.
Recorded by LG GSA-4163B at 6-8x Z-CLV.



#42

ProdiscF01, Fujifilm-branded 8x -R, from a 25-pack purchased at Best Buy in California.
Recorded by BenQ DW1620 at 12x P-CAV.



#43

ProdiscF01, Fujifilm-branded 8x -R, from a 25-pack purchased at Best Buy in California.
Recorded by LG GSA-4163B at 6-8x Z-CLV.

A full 4.37 GB disc, burned in 7 minutes 54 seconds, showing writing speed.



#44

ProdiscF01, AKA: Fujifilm 8x, 25 pack cakebox.
Burned@8x. Nec-3520A




#45

ProdiscF01, AKA: Fujifilm 8x, 25 pack cakebox.
Burned@8x. Nec-3520A



#46

ProdiscF01 sold als Datawrite “Classic” burnt with NEC 3500AG Firmware: 2.TB(RC2) @12x



#47

Disc Code: ProdiscF01, Brand: Vakoss, Package: 25 Cake Box, Burn Speed: 8x, Burner: LG GSA-4160B


#48

LG 4163B Firmware A103
Prodisc -R S03 burned at 4X
4.35 Gig VIDEO


#49

ProdiscF01. FUJI DVD-R 8x
Nero. Create Data Disc.
Lite On SOHW-1633S_BS41 F/W.





#50

ProdiscF01, AKA: Fujifilm DVD-R. 8x, 25 pack cakebox.
BenQ DW1620 B7U9 F/W
Burned@8x.



#51

BenQ 1620A Pro, B7U9. Prodisc S03, burned at 4X. :Z


#52

Following up to my previous posts above, here’s what I’ve found regarding the MCC02 RG20 discs… (while backing up my DVD collection)

On the BenQ DW1620A:
– Recognized burn speeds of 2.4x, 4x, 8x, 12x
– At 2.4X they are OK with no discernable errors
At 4x they start to flake out. I didn’t see the point in testing any faster burns.

On the LG GSA-4163B:
– Recognized burn speeds are 4x and 8x
– At 4x, I got a single disc that had no discernable errors.
– I tried 3 more burns and did a verify write, as reported by Nero 6.6.0.8 “Verify data after burn” feature. They became unreadable at 70%, 81% and 84%.
I confirmed this by watching the movies. They became unwatchable/unreadable at just about those marks on both my Panasonic set top DVD player and on my Pioneer 116 DVD-ROM in my computer.

(I apologize, I don’t have firmware rev’s for the drives. I’m at work and forgot to get that data when I was at home. I don’t think the LG GSA-4163B has any new firmware available, so it’s the factory rev. Mfg date is Dec 2004.)


#53

Your MCC 02RG20 are not Verbatim branded, are they?!

Verbatim DataLifePlus DVD-R 8x (MCC 02RG20) discs are probably the best media I have burned on my NEC 3500 drive at 6x, 8x and 12x. They are also good on my Plextor PX-712A drive. On a BenQ DW1620 Pro fw B7U9 that I tested this week, these discs also burn well at 12x - fairly high PIE numbers but low PIF numbers.

Maybe you have B-grade media, a bad batch of media, or maybe they are fake?


#54

ProdiscF01, eProformance 8x, 10 pack cakebox, burned @8X
Burn with LG 4163B A104



#55

ProdiscF01 Fujifilm DVD-R 8x.
BenQ DW 1620. B7V9 FW.
Burned @ 8x.




#56

Here is a short post i made about scanning a ProdiscF01… Im kinda new at all this so i was searching for help and probably posted in the wrong section…
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=135981#post975344


#57

Same here, thought i was getting a fujifilm03. :frowning:


#58

NEC 3520 AW 1.UE, Prodisc S03 $X media burned at 4X. Ahh for the good old days when Prodisc was really good. DVD-VIDEO


#59

ProdiscF01 Teac DVD-R 8x Branded Burned on NEC 3520A 1.UE/1.UF




#60

8X branded eProfomance printable 25 pack cakebox

burned with benq 1620 B7V9 @12X but drive refused to reach 12X, stayed with 8X :Z