Download DVD Identifier 5.2.0
How do you know if a DVD is worth the money you are spending? DVD Identifier will tell you what you need to know.
You may be duped into buying a low-quality DVD if you don’t have the right tool to identify manufacturer details. It’s common to identify a DVD based upon the manufacturer sticker that is on the case. Many fake companies make their own DVDs and then put a professional manufacturer sticker on it – thus fooling you completely.
Watching a DVD is more enjoyable when you get a high-quality DVD. The last thing you want is to watch a movie and find out that the clarity and sound quality are not what you expected. While the high-quality DVDs cost more, they are worth it.
High-quality DVDs are defined by the manufacturer. Established manufacturers have been making DVDs for years and have figured out how to make sure they are of the highest quality.
An easy way to assess DVD quality is with a software tool such as DVD Identifier that allows you to retrieve and interpret disc-manufacturing information from DVD-R and DVD-RW discs. If you have the tool, you no longer have to rely on the label for insight as to the quality.
With a click of a button inside DVD Identifier, you can access pre-recorded information in the media of the disc, whether it be a standard DVD or Blu-ray. The program will tell you about the authenticity of the disc in a matter of seconds.
As soon as you download the DVD Identifier program, you can begin using it. You will be able to accurately identify all details of the manufacturer of the DVD or Blu-ray so you can know about the quality and whether it’s worth it to buy it or not.
Some enhancements have been made on the most recent version of DVD Identifier. One is the a ability to detect 6x BD-R discs. A manufacturer database has been updated and now comprises more than 900 discs from about 100 manufacturers. Other changes have been made to ensure the program works better.
Be sure to download the most recent version of DVD Identifier. This ensures you will have no bugs that might corrupt the identification process.