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how do you test blank dvd quality on nero??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by rapiddevi, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. rapiddevi

    rapiddevi Member

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    hey guys (an gals)

    i guess the question is in the subject....
    i have seen numerous graphs basically showing the quality of a blank dvd. this crops up alot when people discuss fakes dvds

    i have nero toolkit...and i was wondering how i can test the quality of my blank dvds with it?? and hopefully come out with a few graphs like people do on here.

    althogh i presume this is pretty straight forward, im no newbie to dvd burning, i have been using ritek G05's very succesfully over the past few months :)

    any info would be much appreciated,
    many thanks,
    Rapid devil.
     
  2. Gringle

    Gringle Guest

    Yes use the Nero tool kit


    gringle
     
  3. hursty

    hursty Active member

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  4. rapiddevi

    rapiddevi Member

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    thanks guys....

    but the question was "how to use nero toolkit"
    to produce the graphs and what they mean etc

    i would prefere not to download any other program as its already under my nose...i just want to know how to use it

     
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    I don't think you can test a blank DVD. All of the programs that I've used require the DVD to have something on it. I don't think that any program can read a blank DVD. Of course I could be wrong. All of the programs that I've used test burn quality and indirectly, disk quality.
     
  7. kchev

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    you are right forkndave

    the disc must be burnt first
     

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