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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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I don’t always buy Blu-Ray recordable media, but when I do it’s the largest consumer discs in manufacture, which Sony exclusively sells only in Japan.

I don’t always buy Blu-Ray recordable media, but when I do it’s the largest consumer discs in manufacture, which Sony exclusively sells only in Japan.

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  1. Ruka is best girl. Your ~5 TB of bluray discs are also nice, I guess.

  2. Oh we use the same discs!

    Also, nice figures <3

  3. I got rid of optical 10 years ago or so when I started noticing that some of the disks were not reading well. I bought a new drive first which did help me pull some more data off but in the end I lost data to disks that I’d had in storage for for 5-10 years. An argument could be made that I could have used the best media out at the time vs off the shelf blank media but either way I was not impressed by the longevity of optical media.

  4. Is there a software that can archive and rip terabytes of data? Rather then going folder by folder?

  5. Had the same idea with dvds years ago. Ya just end up with heaps of discs you don’t have a player for eventually.

  6. I thought we were in /r/CummingOnFigurines and this was unboxing for a moment

  7. What kind of drive records these? Any blue ray drive, or must it be bdxl compatible?

  8. I have had such mixed results with optical media.

    I started working with others’ burned discs in the late 90s, and got my own CD-Burner in 2000.

    I’ve had expensive media develop pinholes or start to peel within 3 years, and I’ve had cheap, dollar-store-tier discs last nearly 20 years.

    I have a newish Blu-ray burner, but I mostly use it to copy my data and backups from CD and DVD *back* to my computer, where I sort through it (deleting unwanted crap, like backed up EXEs and 240p videos downloaded forever ago), and then upload the remaining data to cloud storage (such as B2). A few terabytes of storage is just a few bucks a year.

    I find it fascinating that optical isn’t “dead” yet, and that people still use it. Especially optical that claims long shelf-life.

  9. I love the alternative storage stuff on there. Especially these niche BD’s.

    Also I love how detailed you are in your responses. You know this stuff forwards and back.

  10. The Blu rays last 50 years. But anime girl figures last forever

  11. I’ll be in Tokyo next year, most likely. I wonder if it makes sense to buy some of this media when I’m there.

  12. I have several HDDs full of data that I would like to have back-ups for and I want it to last for as long as possible. Would this be my best bet? What kind of hardware and software do you use to write to these? I have this drive:

    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827136249

    Just curious what your process is for archiving. Thanks!

  13. What’s the actual available space per disc for contact? My 100GB discs usually top out at 92-94GB for safe burning tolerances.

  14. Sony makes the best optical media. I have tons of CDs and DVDs from 2003-2008, the only ones without data loss are the Sony discs. Verbatim and Memorex turned out to be crap. Hopefully they have maintained their quality in the format change.

  15. Can you write data to these with a regular old blu-ray drive or do you need something else?

  16. How long does it take to write 128 gb of data to a disk?

    How often do you get bad writes?

    Do you need to do a verify step?

  17. Are you telling me I won’t be able to find Blank Blu-rays on Damascus?

  18. Also, yes, that is what my desk looks like at work; COVERED IN ANIME FIGURES OF CROSSDRESSING BOYS! BWA HA HA HA HA!!! :V

  19. with the price of HDDs being what they are why do people still buy optical media for storage?

  20. What’s the cost per TB on those?
    For comparison I can buy a spindle of 50 25GB discs for like ~$30
    Roughly ~$24/TB while a 8TB drive is something like ~$19/TB.

  21. What’s the expected lifespan of data written to these discs?