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BitBurners offers MediaBase service

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 22 Jan 2007 18:32 User comments (2)

BitBurners offers MediaBase service BitBurners.com has put its new MediaBase service into Public Alpha testing mode ahead of its launch. The new feature, which is still under development, aims to create a robust, reliable database of writable DVD media quality scans. For now, the service allows you to view and submit scans (using Nero CD-DVD Speed) of recordable DVD media, but as suitable tools are launched it will add support for next generation formats.
The principle of the MediaBase is simple: Users can submit their Nero CD-DVD Speed quality scanning data, provide their subjective rating for the media (0-5 stars) and write a brief textual comment/review. As more data is collected, the database will start to have statistical validity and they will be able to produce very interesting quality statistics and information about the DVD recordable media on the market.

For now, the service is suitable for the more advanced power users of DVD recorders and software, but of course, searching for scans is very easy. Media quality scans are important to track the highest quality media available on the market and to help users avoid wasting their money on garbage media that would be better used as a frisbie.

Check it out: http://media.bitburners.com

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2 user comments

123.1.2007 19:18

This looks interesting I have always used dvd identifier, which cane go to videohelp.com and get the reviews a quality rankings but this should be just as good.

224.1.2007 18:34

Sounds like something i may be interested in. Although i have never submited my tests before.

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