FAQ for DVD/CD Media

DVD+R (plus R) media

Do DVD+R media differ from DVD+RW media?
DVD+R has been developed for those instances where important data should never be erased or data is to be distributed/exchanged and compatibility is extremely important. While keeping data from being erased or overwritten, the discs share a high level of compatibility because of its physical specifications that are basically the same as DVD-ROM discs. On the other hand, DVD+RW is well suited to applications where data may need to be freely overwritten in everyday use, such as for storing data or making DVD-Videos, and can be used for almost all applications.

DVD+R and DVD+RW use


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