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DiscT@2 (Disc Tatto) Is it any good?

Postby Tom Oldani on Thu Jan 01, 1970 6:11 am

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Postby Tolyngee on Thu Jan 01, 1970 6:12 am

May not be the info you are looking for, but I'll respond.

For DiscT@2 to give good results, only certain types of media using certain dyes will give good results. (No, I don't remember which ones off-hand.)

These T@2s can only be done on unused areas of the disc. So, if you are like me, and an archiving data, and intend to use the entire disc, you'll never have a chance to make a T@2.

Simply put, for me, since I expect to use an entire area of a disc for data, I expect DiscT@2 to be a feature that I'll NEVER EVER use.

I'll re-think my position if they ever figure out a way to do it on a full disc of data.
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Postby dodecahedron on Thu Jan 01, 1970 6:12 am

the darker the dye (except black) the better the results look.
the best results are on Verbatim DataLifePlus 16x media, that is Metal azo dye, dark blue.
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