What's the difference in DVD recordable discs?

Answer DVD-R and DVD+R are record ONCE disks. They CAN typically be used in most computer DVD drives. They are the cheapest in the marketplace. You can erase them (it really just deletes the table of c... Read More »

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Whats the difference between DVD's & Blue-Ray Discs?

Two things, really: Blu-Ray holds a lot more data, and they have a better protective coating, so resist damage better. Because they hold a lot more data, they can fit HD versions of movies on the... Read More »

Are CD-R discs re-recordable?

Do they make recordable Blu-Ray discs?

Yes, Sony introduced recordable Blu-Ray discs to the U.S. in 2006, according to PR Newswire. Single layer BR-R discs hold up to 25 gigabytes of info--about 13 hours of standard TV video/audio--and ... Read More »

What Makes Commercial DVD's Last Longer Than Recordable Discs?

AVDADDY is close.The pits/lands representing digital data, are injection molded into the plastic when a commercial disc is manufactured. Metal is applied over the plastic for the laser to reflect.W... Read More »