The difference between DVD+R, DVD-R Disk D5 D9 D10 D18

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The difference between DVD+R and DVD-R Disk

DVD + R or DVD + RW disk has good quality, being suitable for long-term preservation of data and video information. DVD-R or DVD-RW disk is suitable for file and data, and it has good compatibility on most DVD players. Generally speaking, SONY, BenQ LG Samsung Plextor NEC Using DVD + R is better, but for Asus Pioneer parts, DVD-R is better.

DVD discs has 2 sides.

D5, DVD-5, single-sided single-layer discs, the maximum capacity of 4.7 G, a data, the other side is printed surface.

D9, DVD-9, single-sided double-layer discs, the maximum capacity of 8.5 G, a data, the other side is printed surface.

D10, DVD-10, two-sided single-layer discs, the maximum capacity of 9.4 G (single-sided recording 4.7 G), are two of the data.

D18, DVD-18, two-sided double-layer, the maximum capacity of 17 G (single-sided recording 8.5 G), are two of the data.

How to test their own recorders can support DL (including D9 D10 D18) disc burning and read:

Members first download and install a full version of the NERO software.

NERO software used in INFOTOOL tool can test their recorders whether to support the DL discs, write and read.

if it is the DVD + R DL DVD-R DL, that, your machine can burn the disc D9 D10! !

Another note: the burn rate and DVD-related hardware! For example, if you use IDE-USB or SATA-USB cable, the fasterst rate of burnning should be 8X even you use 20X DVD RW device.

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