Joke my ass... If you had seen what I have done in the livingroom... Well it was just more fun!!!!!!!!! There were some old time that would rival any dvd burning!!!!!!!!!!!
(honestly they would trash any dvd burning)
On a more serious note, I'm not seeing your point from your post/image from iso buster.
I have a few disks that I know how old they are. Not too long ago, there was a lot of discussion about dvd decay, not only with unburned media, but more so with burned media. That seemed to be when everyone turned against ritek (becuse they had media, a lot of it, that would deterorate way to fast). It was kind of the turning point where ritek went from average to unusable.... Fyi I was never a ritek supporter (I was defanatlly a ricohjpnr01 supporter, to insane levels), but when all the discussion about decay was more common, I really honestlly wanted to investigate it..... I guess I do spen my time in the wrong forums, but did we ever come to a conclusion on dvd decay? A solid conclusion, or even some solid ideas, or did it just go away?
If we can see the burn date (I swear to god, a few months ago, noone ever mentioned cd speeds ability to see that, and I posted scans of a few disk that I actually knew the burn date of (within a month), I feel stupid if I spent a few hours finding a disk out of a thousand that I knew when it was burned, to show longevity.....
How long have I been out of the loop (or is this a recent function of cd speed). If I can just read the file date, then why was this never brough up when we discussed the longevity of disks?
You have given me very valuable information. So is there a place here that we discuss the longevity of disks, with this date info????