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Question M-Disc DVD

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by gamer1987, Jul 18, 2021.

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  1. gamer1987

    gamer1987 Member

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    What is the real manufacturer of M-DISC DVD Verbatim? what is the contact of this manufacturer for me to clarify technical doubts about this disc? do they have email?
     
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    M-Disc is a product of Millenniata, but I think they license others to manufacture the discs.

    Here is the M-Disc website.

    https://www.mdisc.com/
     
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    contact of official website mdisc not work submit button not work
     
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    Yes, and yours.co is still using the original name Millenniata, hence the "M" on M-Discs label, or if you will, Millenniata-Discs, and the company does in fact license other companies such as Ritek and Verbatim to manufacture them. So if you have an M-Disc question then you should direct to the manufacturer of your discs of choice. I purchase either Ritek or Verbatim discs, because of their reputation and because of the success I've had using their products. My biggest concern is not the manufacture of the discs, but the manufacture of optical disc drives, because they have an uncertain future. If they disappear, then what good will a disc that can last for a thousand years if you can't play it?
     

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