CD/DVD Creator verify an optical disk after writing to it? In other words, is the data read back and compared to the original?
Edit: The OS is Ubuntu 12.04.
Screenshot of the application
Screenshot of the About window of the application.
To provide an answer to the question "Does
Yes it does, I have just verified this myself.
Brasero by default verifies file an disk integrity.
CD/DVD Creator is an awkward and confusing application to use, and you should switch to Brasero which automatically verifies an optical disk after writing to it and gives you a notification when it is done verifying the disk so that you can eject it. Brasero is installed by default in Ubuntu 12.04.
The following screenshots provide a visual explanation of the preceding paragraph. In the first screenshot CD/DVD Creator was selected from the dialog box that appeared after inserting a blank CD, and I dragged in an iso file that I wanted to burn to a CD.
There is no tab or button to select Burn image even though the file to be burned is an iso image file. There is no button to select the disc burning speed.
In the next screenshot a blank CD was inserted and Brasero was opened by clicking on the Brasero icon in the Dash. Under the Create a new project: heading Burn image is selected.
The iso image file is added.
The Properties button was clicked to open the Properties window. In the Burning speed dropdown menu the slowest burning speed is selected for the best quality.
The disc integrity is checked after it is burnt.
These screenshots are from the built-in Brasero Disc Burner application with no changes in the settings except for selecting the slowest burning speed for burning the iso image to the CD.
Like Wilf says:
But it was last supported for Lucid 10.04 and it doesn't seem supported in newer versions of Ubuntu - you're using Ubuntu 12.04. It seems it has become obsolete.
As an alternative, you can also try K3B