How much music can a blank DVD hold?

Answer A blank DVD can hold over 1,100 songs. The discs have 4.7 gigabytes of storage, and each gigabyte can store about 250 songs. Double layer discs can hold twice as much.References:Radio Shack

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How much can a blank DVD hold?

CDs today hold up to 700 MBs of information. In comparison, a blank DVD can hold up to 4.7 GBs of information. The first blank DVDs had a capacity of 3.95 GBs.References:DVD Demystified: DVD FAQ

How many gigabytes does a blank DVD disc hold?

A single-sided blank DVD can hold 4.37 gigabytes (GB), according to Video Help. Double-layered DVD media hold up to 7.95 GB and double-sided discs hold 8.37 GB. Double-sided and dual-layered discs ... Read More »

Why do burnable CDs only hold 80 minutes of music when they can hold 700MB of data?

Because CD players can only read uncompressed audio files (i.e. .wav). When you use cd burning software to make an audio CD it will decompress all of the audio, hence taking up more space.Lots of ... Read More »

What is a blank music CD?

Blank music CD-Rs typically hold 70 to 80 minutes or 650 to 800 megabytes of digitally recorded music.Your CD-R burner burns digital code into a thin dye layer to transfer your music to the disc.Re... Read More »