DVD Identifier offers support for a variety of disc types (BD-R/-RE, HD DVD-R/-RAM, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW or DVD-RAM) and it is easy to work with by inexperienced users.
Some of the details you can find out with DVD Identifier are disc type, media type ID, manufacturer name and ID, layer info, product revision, recording speed, blank disc capacity, drive capabilities of the disc and supported write speeds.
This kind of information may be available on the packaging sometimes, but what you see on the CD case may not always reflect the truth or include all the data you want to find out.
DVD Identifier’s menu includes a “Settings” menu where you can select the drive interface mode, configure proxy settings, reset the windows size and check out user documentation.
DVD Identifier is compact and fast and it only needs a low amount of system resources to do its job. It functions impeccably and completely error-free.
This piece of software has not been updated anymore since 2009
and its last version was improved with added detection of 6x BD-R discs and with an updated manufacturer database (it contains more than 900 discs from around 100 different manufacturers).
DVD Identifier will occupy a low amount of memory space and come in very handy when you want to find out manufacturer information about your DVD discs. Their specifications will not be a mystery anymore for anyone using this application.
This application provides access to parameters such as supported write speeds and disc manufacturing information.