Prodisc DVD-R

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#61

ProdiscF01 Fujifilm DVD-R 8x.
BenQ DW1620. B7U9 FW.
Burned @ 8x.


#62

ProdiscF01 Fujifilm DVD-R 8x.
BenQ DW1620. B7V9 FW.
Burned @ 12x.
Different Drive than above.




#63

Branded: SmartBuy 8x DVD-R
MediaID: PRODISCF01
Burned on: NEC ND-3500A /w Liggy 2.TD firmware
Burned at: 12x

Scanned on: BenQ DW-1620 /w B7V9 firmware at 8x



#64

Branded: SmartBuy 8x DVD-R
MediaID: PRODISCF01

Burned on: BenQ DW-1620 /w B7V9 firmware @ 12x
Scanned on: BenQ DW-1620 /w B7V9 firmeware @ 8x

Age of Media: Bought June 2005, Burned June 2005



#65

Datawrite Grey @8x



#66

ProdiscF01 Fuji DVD-R 8x
BenQ 1620 B7V9 FW
Burned @8x.
Amost made it to 1.5 Million PIE and 10,000 PIF.:Z
Only one disc left.:smiley:



#67

So I guess this means that ProdiscF01 DVD-R are pretty good then?


#68

OK…
Heres my test with Prodisc DVD-R 16X. I got a max burn of 15.7 and an avarage of 10.5 with DVD Decrypter.



#69

… you’re kidding, right? …


#70

datawrite grey 8x

burnt at 8x on a nec 3540a firmware 1.01



#71

datawrite grey 8x

burnt at 8x on benq 1620



#72

datawrite grey 8x

burnt at 8x on benq 1640 bskb solidburn for know media on



#73

Burner: BenQ DW1640 using firmware version BSKB
Write Speed: 8X (WOPC enabled)
Sold as Fujifilm (Magnetics GmbH) DVD-R 8x

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unique Disc Identifier : [DVD-R:ProdiscF01]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Disc & Book Type :       [DVD-R] - [DVD-R]
Manufacturer Name :      [Prodisc Technology Inc.]
Manufacturer ID :        [ProdiscF01]
Blank Disc Capacity :    [2,298,496 Sectors = 4.71 GB (4.38 GiB)]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
0000 : 01 40 c1 fd 9e d8 52 00  02 88 0d 0c 88 88 90 00   .@....R.........
0010 : 03 50 72 6f 64 69 73 00  04 63 46 30 31 00 00 00   .Prodis..cF01...
0020 : 05 b8 83 00 30 00 01 00  06 09 0f 10 88 78 90 00   ....0........x..
0030 : 07 29 82 10 21 00 00 00  08 05 17 0d 0f 07 07 00   .)..!...........



#74

These are… ProdiscF01 DVD-R’s, sold in New Zealand as FUJIFILM DVD-R Go 120 Min up to 8x.

Made in Taiwan (obviously for Prodisc), sold in 10-pack slim cases.

My 812S and US0S firmware really don’t like these :frowning: The earlier firmware was a bit better (last image)

Burnt at 8x, Scanned at 4x

Burnt at 8x, Scanned at Max (12x)

The low error part is where it was being burnt at 4x - not quite sure why, but hey. Seemingly reads fine though!

Here was it written on US0J firmware:

Burnt at 8x, Scanned at 4x

Anyone had better luck with an 812s@832s, or a different write strat?





#75

And again, same ProdiscF01 FujiFilm 8x DVD-R on my LiteOn 812S US0S - this firmware really doesn’t like these discs :S

Might try flashing to 832S firmware and see what the results are… this is just shocking, it was MUCH better with US0J! Bad LiteOn! Bad!



#76

Alright, I’ve just crossflashed my 812s to an 832s using the Codeguys CG5J firmware, and burning the same ProdiscF01 is yeilding results that are quite a lot better. I’d burn these at 4x instead of 8x, however. You can clearly see where the drive kicks in to a higher speed!



#77

Vakoss prodiscF01 looks ok to me



#78

Prodisc F02 (branded Datawrite Grey), burned @ 16x with LG 4163B (A105)…



#79

ProDisc S04 burned with NEC-3520AW FW 2.U3




#80

Can anyone explain to me what all this stuff means? I did the scans, not sure if they are good or not. I know it says 97 on the quality score, but I would like to learn how to properly read these scans. :iagree: