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Originally Posted by memnochlv
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Use a DVD info program such as Nero CD-DVD Speed. This requires that you have the disc in the drive so you can't identify the media code just by looking at the spindle/packaging.
EDIT: I would also add that I got some Verbatim MCC03RG20 Made in Taiwan and the DVD's are darker on the recording surface but the purple colour isn't more intense (if you understand that) compared to the Sony's. But the Verb's purple colour still isn't as intense as the Ritek G05.
Last edited by gelato; 11-13-2006 at 07:09 PM.
Oh, my bad, I meant before buying the discs, sorry, I guess I forgot to mention that, lol. I have a few different CD/DVD programs that will identify the media once I'm in possession of it.
I meant something on the label, or perhaps a good site that listed the ID w/ the media (i've seen a few, the most recent british however, I'd prefer to order as locally as possible). Or even be able to tell by a package, but I'm guessing that's not the case.
And with the way things are often run, even a particular 'brand / make' could easily change at the drop of a hat so a listing wouldn't even help.
Well, thanks anyway!
You can look at this site to identify media before buying:
It's a database maintained by users so you decide how much trust to put into it and make sure to look at the latest comments when looking for Media ID.