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How to sort files into alphabetical folders with FileMonkey

The following tutorial will use FileMonkey to organize your files into alphabetical folders.

For example, all files beginning with the letter “a” will be moved into a folder named “a”

(To continuously monitor a folder for new files and then copy or move them as they appear, you should use FoldMonkey).

organize files alphabetically

Copy Move Window


1.

Target your files. Click HERE for a targeting tutorial.

2.

Select the “Quick-Find, Copy” menu item from the main window.

3.

The “Copy Or Move Files” window should now be open

4.

Set up the window as shown in this example.


5.

If you wish to copy the files to their new location rather than move them, select “Copy Files To:” from the drop down box at the top of this window.

By default, we have entered the folder “C:Dest” to create the new folders and move the files to. If you wish to use another folder then you need to edit this line to reflect the new location.

To enter the tag: <CustSub;1;1> you can use the menu system on the right of this text box. Click the “<” button and select the “Insert Tags Add File Name Sub Text Custom Sub String…” menu item.

6.

If you are targeting files in the initial root folder, the first 5 will be displayed in the preview pane. Here, you will be able to preview the new locations before you begin the operation.

7.

When ready, click on the “Start” button to start the operation.

Filezilla Command-line arguments (Client) – Automatically connect to Site Manager Server with Shortcut

These are the command-line arguments for FileZilla Client. The Server command-line arguments can be found under Command-line arguments (Server).

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FileZilla Client command-line arguments

Synopsis

filezilla [<FTP URL>]
filezilla -h, --help
filezilla -s, --site-manager
filezilla -c, --site=<string>
filezilla -l, --logontype=<string>
filezilla -a, --local=<string>
filezilla --close
filezilla --verbose
filezilla -v, --version

Options

  • <FTP URL>

Accepts all URLs of the form

[protocol://][user[:pass]@]host[:port][/path]
eg. sftp://username:[email protected]:port
Valid protocols are ftp:// (the default if omitted), ftps://ftpes:// and sftp://
  • -h, –help

Shows the help dialog.

  • -s, –sitemanager

Start with opened Site Manager.

May not be used together with -c nor with URL parameter.

  • -c, –site=<string>

Connect to specified Site Manager site.

Site name requirements:

  • Site has to be given as complete path, with a slash as separation character.
  • Any slash or backslash that is part of a segment has to be escaped with a backslash.
  • Path has to be prefixed with 0 for user defined entries or 1 for default entries.
  • Site path may not contain double quotation marks.
Example:
filezilla --site="0/foo/bar/sl/ash"
Connects to the user site “sl/ash” in the site directory “foo/bar”.
  • -l, –logontype=(ask|interactive)

Logon type, can only be used together with FTP URL. Argument has to be either ‘ask’ or ‘interactive’.

FileZilla will ask for any logon information not supplied in the FTP URL before connecting. Useful for custom scripts or shortcuts.

  • -a, –local=<string>

Sets the local site (left-hand side) to the given path. (Requires version 3.7.1-rc1 or higher)

Use double quotation for paths with spaces in them.

Example:

filezilla --site="0/site1" --local="C:site1 downloads"
filezilla ftp://username:[email protected] --local="C:server2 downloads"
Connects to the user site “site1” and sets the local folder to C:site1 downloads.
Connects to server2 URL and sets the local folder to C:server2 downloads.
  • –close (Windows only)

Closes all running instances of FileZilla.

  • –verbose

Verbose log messages from wxWidgets.

  • -v, –version

Print version information to stdout and exit.

Example

Cmdline argument example.png
If you want to connect from the command-line to the site named Backup server in the directory foo/bar, the command is:
filezilla -c "0/foo/bar/Backup server"

How to prompt for input in a Linux shell script

The simplest and most widely available method to get user input at a shell prompt is the ‘read‘ command. The best way to illustrate its use is a simple demonstration:
while true; do
read
-p "Do you wish to install this program?" yn
case $yn in
[Yy]* ) make install; break;;
[Nn]* ) exit;;
* ) echo "Please answer yes or no.";;
esac
done
Another method, pointed out by Steven Huwig, is bash’s ‘select‘ command. Here is the same example using select:
echo "Do you wish to install this program?"
select yn in "Yes" "No"; do
case $yn in
Yes ) make install; break;;
No ) exit;;
esac
done
With select you don’t need to sanitize the input… it prompts you with your choices, and you type a number corresponding to the choice you want. Select also loops automatically… there’s no need for a ‘while true’ loop to retry if they give invalid input.

How to create a Windows Batch file that does not show the Command Prompt when executed

Executing a batch file with the built in Command Prompt is going to keep a window open until the batch file exits.
What you can do is take steps to make sure that the batch file exits as quickly as possible. If at all possible, modify the batch file to run whatever program with the start command. By default, startreturns immediately without waiting for the program to exit, so the batch file will continue to run and, presumably, exit immediately. Couple that with modifying your shortcut to run the batch file minimized, and you’ll only see the taskbar flash without even seeing a window onscreen.
One caveat to this is that if you’re running a console-mode program, which many script interpreters are, the batch file will wait for the program to exit, and using start will spawn a new console window. What you need to do in this case is run the Windows-based version of the interpreter instead of the console-based one — no start necessary. For Perl, you would run wperl.exe instead of perl.exe. For Python, it’s pythonw.exe instead of python.exe. The old win32 Ruby distribution I have downloaded has rubyw.exe, which should do the same thing.
A final possibility is to use a 3rd-party tool to run the command prompt with a hidden window. I’ve heard of such things but never had a use for them, so I don’t know of anything in particular to point you to.
START /B batchfile

How to Change the Last Modified Date, Creation Date, and Last Accessed Date for Files and Folders

It’s amazing how many times you will find yourself in a situation where you have to change or modify the dates for a file or folder, such as the creation date, last modified date or the last accessed date! I’m not really going to wonder WHY anyone would need to do this, but based on my own experience, I have found it very handy in certain circumstances (ahem)!
Changing the date on a file is actually quite complicated if you try to do it yourself, but thankfully there are a few really nice freeware applications that can get the job done for you quickly and easily. I’m going to quickly go through three different apps each that do pretty much the same thing, but I’d rather mention more than less just in case one does not work for you.

FileDate Changer

This program works on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, and XP. I’m not really sure if it’s going to work on Vista or not. I’ll see if I can find one that does! Anyway, it works without any installation and only needs Internet Explorer version 3 or above installed on the computer. Click Add Files, select the dates you want changed and click Change File Dates! Pretty simple. Note: Only works on files.
change file date

SetFileDate 2.0

This program has a prettier interface and allows you to multi-select from an explorer type interface rather than having to add files one by one. You can also change the dates of folders using SetFileDate. It’s very small and very easy to use!
change modified date

eXpress Timestamp Toucher

The difference between this program and the others is that eXpress TT allows you to change the date and time for a file or folders AND optionally all sub-folders. This can prove to be very useful if you need to change the date and time for all files and folders under a specific folder. You can change the creation time, modified time, and last access time.
timestamp changer
So there you have it, 3 ways you can go about changing the date and time on a file or folder! Hope it helps!
Oh I almost forgot, if you’re a Mac user, you can check out a program called A Better Finder Attributes that will allow you to change the date and time for a file, but it costs around $15! Know of something free, post a comment!
mac change file date

How to make the new Firefox look like the old Firefox

One of the great things about Firefox is how customizable it is. In fact, you can even make it look like the old Firefox if you want. Do you miss the Add-ons bar, small icons or tabs on bottom? No problem. We’ll show you how to get them back.

Install the Classic Theme Restorer Add-on

  1. Open the Classic Theme Restorer Add-on page.
  2. Click the green Add to Firefox button to install it.
  3. Firefox will download the add-on and ask you to confirm that you want to install it.
  4. Click Restart Now to finish the installation. Your tabs will be saved and restored after the restart.
By default, you will get the orange Firefox menu in the upper-left corner and square tabs.

Use the customize screen to drag things around, turn on extra toolbars and use small icons

The Classic Theme Restorer gives you lots of extra options on the customize screen.
  1. Click the menu button New Fx Menu and choose Add-ons. The Add-ons Manager tab will open.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager tab, select the Extensions panel.
    • A special tab will open which allows you to drag and drop items in or out of the menu and the toolbar.
      CTR Options
      • Buttons: Choose “Small” to get the classic small toolbar buttons.
      • Show/Hide Toolbars: From here you can re-enable the Add-ons bar or add an extra blank toolbar that you can customize.
      • Mode: Here you can choose to show text labels under the toolbar buttons or to have just text button (no icons).
      • Customize mode is more powerful. You can even move or remove the menu button or address bar if you wish.
  3. When you are done, click the green Exit Customize button.
For more about customizing Firefox, see Customize Firefox controls, buttons and toolbars.

Restore tabs on bottom and other options

Open the Classic Theme Restorer settings panel.
  1. Click the menu button New Fx Menu and choose Add-ons. The Add-ons Manager tab will open.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager tab, select the Extensions panel.
  3. Find the entry for Classic Theme Restorer and click the Options button next to it.
  4. In the Classic Theme Restorer options window, you can choose Tabs not on top in the first (Main) tab.
    Tabs on top option
  5. When you are done, click OK to close the window and save your changes.

How to Automatically Mute Ads on Spotify

It’s nice that music-streaming service Spotify offers a free, ad-supported version, and most of the time we don’t mind listening to an ad or two for the privilege. But those audio ads can be a serious buzzkill when they interrupt your party music. Here’s how to automatically mute ads in Spotify and keep the flow in your playlists. P

Windows

Blockify http://tribe.nu/Blockify/Download.php?dl=Blockify%20-%201.90.exe  is far and away the best Spotify ad blocker for Windows. It sits in your system tray and mutes Spotify (or your computer, your choice) whenever it detects an audio ad. It’ll unmute Spotify when the ad finishes playing.P
How to Automatically Mute Ads on SpotifySEXPAND
Better yet, though, Blockify can do more than just mute ads: It also adds customizable hotkeys to Spotify, so you can skip tracks, play, pause, shuffle, and change the volume with keyboard shortcuts. It also allows you to play a substitute MP3 from your Music folder when it mutes an ad—that way, you don’t have any empty space between songs. When it detects an ad, it will mute Spotify, play a random MP3 from your Music folder, and then move to the next track on your Spotify playlist when that song is over, which is a really cool little feature.P

Mac OS XP

How to Automatically Mute Ads on Spotify
On OS X, you can mute ads just by downloading and running Smutefy. Smutefy sits in your menu bar, mutes Spotify whenever an ad plays, and unmutes it when the ad is over. There’s no other configuration necessary, though you will need previously mentioned Soundflower installed for it to work. It also has a manual blocklist, so if any do come up, you can block them from showing up again just by clicking an option in the menu bar.P
Update: It looks like Smutefy has been abandoned, but you can still mute Spotify ads with SpotiFree, a simple AppleScript that works in a similar fashion.P
Of course, it’s also worth mentioning that the best way to avoid ads in Spotify is to pay for the $5 per month “Unlimited” upgrade. If you’re going to block ads all the time, you’re probably better off supporting the service, but we understand that sometimes you just want to make it through a playlist without being interrupted by out-of-place music. Use with care!

How To Edit Your Hosts File

On occasion you will need to edit the hosts file on your machine. Sometimes because of an attack or prank, and others so that you can simply and freely control access to websites and network traffic.

hosts files have been in use since ARPANET. They were used to resolve hosts names before DNS. hosts files would be massive documents used to aide the network name resolution.
Microsoft kept the hosts file alive in Windows networking which is why it varies very little whether used in Windows, OS X or Linux. The syntax stays mostly the same across all platforms. Most hosts files will have several entries for loopback. We can use that for the basic example for the typical syntax.
The first part will be the location to redirect the address to, the second part will be the address that you will want to redirect, and the third part is the comment. They can be separated by a space, but for ease of reading are typically separated by one or two tabs.
127.0.0.1 localhosts #loopback
Now let’s look at accessing the hosts files in the different operating systems…

Windows 8 or 8.1

Unfortunately Windows 8 makes it annoying to open apps as administrator — but it’s not too difficult. Just search for Notepad, then right-click on Notepad in the search results list, and choose to run it as administrator.
Once you’ve done so, open up the following file using the File -> Open feature.
c:windowssystem32driversetchosts
Then you can edit as normal.

Windows 7

To access the hosts file in Windows 7 you can use the following command in the Run Line to open notepad and the file.
notepad c:windowssystem32driversetchosts
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Once notepad is open you can edit the file. In this example we will block Facebook. To do this just enter in the following after the # mark.
0.0.0.0    www.facebook.com
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Now that you have edited your Hosts file make sure to save it.
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Now notice if we try to access Facebook in IE we can’t get to the page.
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We also were not able to get to it in Google Chrome… (check notes at the end). Also for more info on editing your Hosts file, check out The Geek’s article on how to create a shortcut to quickly edit your Hosts file.
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Ubuntu

In Ubuntu 10.04 and most Linux distro’s you can edit the hosts file directly in the terminal. You can use your favorite editor or even open your favorite GUI text editor. For this example we will use VIM. Like Windows 7, Ubuntu’s hosts file is located in the /etc/ folder, though here it is in the root of the drive. In order to edit the file you will need to open it as root which is why we use sudo here.
Now that it is open we can edit it to redirect Facebook into nothing. You will notice that with Ubuntu there is also a section for IP6. For most needs you will only need to edit it the top section and ignore the IP6.
Now we can save the file and try to go to Facebook.com. Just like in windows we will see that we are now redirected to a site that does not exist.
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Mac OS X (Any version)

In OS X, accessing the hosts file is very similar to Ubuntu. Begin in terminal and use your favorite editor, even is you wish to call a GUI text editor, it is easier to do so from terminal.
The file will look a bit more like Windows, only with a little less explanation. Again we are going to redirect Facebook.
This time it seems that 0.0.0.0 is a loopback and will direct you to the computers Apache test page.

Blank DVDr media that works on Modded Gamecube

Here is a list of known media and its working condition.  If you have media and you’re not sure what brand it really is (don’t trust the labels) try using the DVDIdentifier utility.

DVDIdentifier retrieves and interprets the pre-recorded information that is present on all single/double layered DVD media and DVD-RAM media. This information contains a variety of parameters such as disc manufacturing information and supported write speeds. Even though this information is usually printed on the packaging, the brand name may differ from the actual manufacturer.

You can also use “DVD Info Pro” which is located above.

Below is a list of working/nonworking DVDr media; be it small or large.
This list was stolen from ps2ownz. The list itself is limited do to the fact that it has been compiled without including the various variables that will actually make or break the Cube’s ability to read the media correctly. This list is still a good reference, even though it can be very wrong in certain situations depending on the variables mentioned above.

Stolen on February 18th, 2005

Media Brand
Media ID
Speed
Rated Speed
Size
Working?
3t-pro
MCC 01RG20
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Anwell Precision Technology
DVD-R:AN31
4X
4X
Mini DVD
No
Arita DVD+R
RICOHJPN R01
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Azo
Yi Jhan 001
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
BeAll Developers Inc. (DVD-R)
BeAll G40001
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Budget
SKC
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Bulkpaq
TYG02
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Bulkpaq
prodiscs03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Bulkpaq
ProdiskS03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Bulkpaq
prodiscG02
1X
1X
Full DVD
Yes
Bulpaq
DVD+R
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
CompUSA
PRINCO
1X
1X
Mini DVD
No
CompUSA
PRINCO
2X
1X
Mini DVD
Yes
data-on
aml
1X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Dataright
FUJIFILM03
2X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Datasafe
PREMIUM Datasafe CMC/MCC 8x Speed
8X
2X
Datasafe
PREMIUM Datasafe CMC/MCC 8x Speed
8X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
DataSafe 8x DVD-R Full Face Prinable
prodiscs03/04
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Datatrack
R1.4
1X
1X
Mini DVD
No
DataTrack
EuroDig-Disc
1X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Datawrite
General Purpose
1X
1X
Mini DVD
Yes
Datawrite
FUJIFILM03
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Datawrite
PRINCO
4X
4X
Full DVD
No
DATAWRITE
RITEKG04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Define
DEFINE
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Dotcom
AML
2X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
E-Blue EDR021B
SKC Ltd.
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
e3 works
gsc001
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Fujifilm
W11
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Fujifilm DVD+RW
1-4 X HIGH SPEED
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Fujifilm DVD-RW
Version 1.1 / 2x
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
GQ (Great Quality)
LEADDATA
1X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Hyundai
VDSPMSAB 01
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Hyundai
AN31
2X
4X
Mini DVD
No
imation
dvd-r
2X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Imation 2x DVD-RW
OPTODISCW002
2X
2X
Full DVD
No
Imation DVD+R
CMC MAG
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Intenso
MCC 01RG20
1X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Interaxia AG
VDSPMSAB 01
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
JVC Camcorder
mini dvd-rw
1X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Laser DVD-r 8cm
DVD-L-R8
1X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Lead Data Inc.
LEADDATA
2X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Legacy (GigaStorage Corp.)
GSC002
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Matrix (Shop4Tech)
LONGTEN 001
1X
2X
Full DVD
No
Maxell
MXL RG01
1X
1X
Mini DVD
No
Maxell
MXL RG01
1X
1X
Mini DVD
Yes
Maxell
MXL RG03
1X
8X
Full DVD
No
Melody
prodiscs03
1X
4X
Mini DVD
No
Melody
Ritekg05
1X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Memorex
Ritek
1X
4X
Mini DVD
yes
Memorex
prodiscs03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Memorex
CMC MAG. AE1
2X
8X
Full DVD
No
Memorex
RITEKG04
2X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Memorex
MBI
1X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex
prodisc03
2X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex
DVD+R
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex
RITEKG05
8X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex
32025597
8X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex
CMC MAG-E01-000
2X
8X
Full DVD
No
Memorex DVD +R
F01 CMC MAG
4X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex DVD+RW
1X-2.4X
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Memorex DVD-RW
CMCW02
1X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Mitsumi
AN30 – 03115106
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
MMORE DVD+R
R03
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Mr Data DVD-RW
DVD_RW
2X
2X
Full DVD
No
Msonic
Prodiscf01
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Nashua
OPTODISCK001
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Nashua
AN31
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
NASHUA DVD+R
MPOMEDIA040
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
network dvd+r
DAXON AZ1
1X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Octron
Ritek G05
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
Octron
Ritek G04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Octron (DVD-R)
Ritek G04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Office Depot
RITEKG04
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Office Depot
RITEKG04
2X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Office Depot
RITEKG04
1X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Office Depot
RITEKG04
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Optodisc
OPTODISCR004
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Optodisc
OPTODISCR004
1X
4X
Mini DVD
No
Optodisc
OPTODISCR004
4X
4X
Mini DVD
No
Optodisk
OPTODISCR004
2X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Philips DVD+RW
DVD+RW
4X
4X
Full DVD
No
PIOData
RITEKG04
4X
4X
Full DVD
No
Platinum 4x DVD+RW
RITEKW04
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
Platinum 4x DVD+RW
RICOHJPNW11
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
Platinum 4x DVD-RW
RITEKW04
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
Princo
PRINCO
4X
1X
Full DVD
No
Princo
Princo
1X
1X
Full DVD
Yes
Princo (Write Once)
R4.7
2X
1X
Mini DVD
Yes
Princo DVD-R
Princo
2X
4X
Full DVD
No
Princo write once
package from 100
1X
1X
Full DVD
No
Printible Ritek
Ritek G04
1X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Prodisc (Silver Non-printable)
prodiscs03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Prodisc (White Printable)
prodiscs03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Prodisc Technology, Inc.
ProdiscS03
4X
4X
Mini DVD
No
Quentin
AML
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
Quixo
Auvistar
1X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Quixo
Auvistar
1X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
RiData
RITEKG0401
4X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Ridata
Ritek G05
8X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Ridata
RITEKG05
8X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
RIDATA (DVD+R)
RICOHJPN-R01-02
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Ridata (White Printable)
ridata-g04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
RiDisc
Ritek-g04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Ridisc
Ritek G04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Ritek (Ridata Branded)
ritekgo5
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
RiVision (Blue)
Ritek G04/05
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Samsung
BEALL G40001
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Samsung (General)
R4.7
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Samsung DVD+R 8x
OTC+R881006NB
2X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Samsung DVD-R 4X
OPTODISCR004
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Smac DVD-RW
OPTODISCW002
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Sonic (Shop4Tech)
AN31
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
Sony
DMR47N2
2X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Sony (AccuCORE)
10DMR47A3
2X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Sony Accurate
SONY08D1
2X
8X
Full DVD
No
Sony Handicam
TDKG02000000
1X
1X
Mini DVD
No
Sony Handicam
2X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Sony Handicam
mini dvd-rw
1X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Sony Handicam
1X
1X
Mini DVD
Yes
Sony Handicam
TDKG02000000
1X
2X
Mini DVD
Yes
Takahashi
AN32
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
TDK CORP.
TTH01
8X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
TDK data/video
TTG02
8X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
TDK Datawrite printable
TTG01
1X
4X
Full DVD
No
TEON DVD-R 8x
CMC MAG. AE1
4X
8X
Full DVD
Yes
Traxdata DVD-R
RITEKG04
4X
4X
Full DVD
Yes
Universal
LEADDATA
2X
2X
Mini DVD
No
Verbatim
MCC 01RG20
4X
4X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim
MCC 00RG200
1X
2X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim
MCC 02RG20
1X
8X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim
prodiscs03
1X
4X
Mini DVD
Yes
Verbatim
SONY08D1 CMC MAG.
1X
2X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim
MCC-002-000
2X
8X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim 2x DVD-RW
RICOHJPN-W01-01
2X
2X
Full DVD
No
Verbatim Double Layer DVD+R 8.5 GB
2.4X 240min
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes
Verlbatim DVD+RW
2.4X
2X
2X
Full DVD
Yes