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  1. On 4/29/2019 at 4:25 PM, dbminter said:

    No.  The last player I bought was a Playstation 3 in 2011.  And I no longer recommend anything Sony makes because they've a steady pattern of producing junk since 2002.  Even this PS3, though I've had it for almost 8 years, required my sending it in to Sony for replacement after only a month.  So, a PS4 might work out fine.  But, only if it's a fat model.  Don't get any slim model Playstations from Sony, that's for sure.

    Ps4 is very good for playing bd-r media but you can also get the nasty Cinivia message if it is a Sony movie 1/10 times you might get lucky without it appearing, but my ps4 plays blu-ray fine just was blu-ray burner is a pain the arse sometimes, Pioneer seem to dislike most discs ironic thing is Verbatim work the best for me at this time I have tried Acu-Disc the first few worked fine now fail half way through


  2. Yeah don't think many people will have a thermal printer, I will try them japanese ones as I have checked on a site and they do have the verbatim label on instead of cmc, just ordered a cheap cd printer today actually so inkjet it will have to be :)


  3. Even if they finish burning and verifying, CMC media generally doesn't last very long.  I had some like 15 years ago.  After a year, they weren't readable.  And this was from a stack of like 200 where half of them failed to burn or verify.

     

    thanks for the heads up lucky i just bought 10 of these then and not like 50 I have seen these not cheap but must be the top range

     

     

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  4. That's not real quality verbatim. That's the lower grade 'outsourced cheap crap' "life series" you find in a retail store. You need the ones with the VERBAT-IMx-000 id. That's the online only and good stuff.

     

    Those you got, I bet you won't even make it halfway through the pack / spindle before you have your first burn failure. If not that, good chances your standalone player won't play them.

     

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    Yeah my Samsung blu ray player make them skip, looks like they play fine on ps4 though I have seen some mitsubishi chemical media by verbatim

     

     

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  5. Can't tell from that.  You'll have to insert one of the discs to find out.  ImgBurn will tell you in Write mode in the right hand side pain something called Disc/Manufacturer ID.  If it says VERBAT-IM or some variant, they're good.  If they say CMC anywhere in them, they're bad.

     

    Just getting the discs today and this is the information on them

     

    BD Disc Information:

    Disc ID: CMCMAG-BA5-000

    Disc Type: BD-R

    Disc Size: 120 mm

     

    So looks like these are the dodgy verbatim discs damn it

     

    Well the first disc burnt without any errors problem is I converted the mkv file wrong when i tried to get it 1920x1080 as it would not play on ps4 what a numpty I am 


  6. Be sure they aren't Life Series.  If they're Life Series, they're some of the worst you can get.  You need DataLife Plus discs you can only find online.

     

    Ok thank you for the information I will have a look around for some


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    I 14:18:37 Volume Label: [Not Configured]
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    I 14:18:58 Volume Label: RAMPAGE
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    I 14:34:11 Export Successfully Completed!
    E 14:34:11 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:15:07
    I 14:34:11 Average Write Rate: 18 KiB/s (0.0x) - Maximum Write Rate: 18 KiB/s (0.0x)



     

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