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Verbatim Blank Media
A Verbatim® DVD-R is extremely useful for saving and transferring video files from a computer or DVD recorder. These blank disks store video data for playing and archiving purposes, while Verbatim CD-R disks record music. Along with different technical characteristics, DVD-R styles include unique physical appearance options for a customized media library.
Features of a Verbatim DVD-R A DVD-R is a blank disk designed to store digital video data for playback by a DVD player. The most common type of Verbatim DVD-R has 4.7GB of space that holds up to 120 minutes of standard video. Most DVD-R models are write-compatible with standard computer media drives and many video recording machines. Verbatim disks are durable and designed to support long-term storage and use.
The write speed of a disk varies between 2X and 16X and is based on a multiplication of the original DVD writing speed of 11MB/sec. The actual data writing speed may vary depending on the capabilities of the disk burning equipment and software.
How to Choose the Right Verbatim DVD-R Verbatim DVD-R disks come in several styles that look physically different. Some have the traditional shiny silver surface whereas others are white for easy labeling. Styles with a glossy white surface support inkjet printer labeling. You can also find disks with a traditional movie reel design that is ideal for archiving home videos.
Different types of recordable media disks have unique properties. The DVD-R format supports a single writing or recording function whereas disks with the DVD+RW designation support multiple writing, erasing, and rewriting operations. There is also a DVD+R DL (dual layer) format that doubles the storage space on a single-sided disk by recording on two separate layers. If you are planning to record and save a video for long-term storage, a DVD-R or DVD+R format is the safest choice since it prevents accidentally recording over the data. Verbatim offers Archival Grade disks that include a thin gold coating for increased protection against corrosion. These disks are still compatible with standard DVD players.
What Is the Difference Between a Verbatim DVD-R and a DVD+R? The "+R" and "-R" designations refer to the method for determining the correct location of the laser on the disk. Choose the type of disk that matches the designation on your DVD drive. DVD-R drives are more common than DVD+R drives, but be sure to check the specifications of your DVD hardware to ensure you choose the correct discs.
Are Verbatim DVD-R Disks Available in Bulk Packages? You can buy DVD-R disks individually, but bulk packaging is more common. Most packages have between 10 and 100 disks.
Should a Verbatim DVD-R Be Used to Save and Record Music? The DVD-R format is specifically designed to store video data. If you want to burn a disk with music, it's better to choose a Verbatim CD-R. As with DVD formats, a Verbatim CD-R supports a single recording and a CD-RW allows rewriting. These disks work well for storing digital audio files as well as pictures and documents.
Industry standard for performance, compatibility, and the ultimate in reliability. Utilizes an advanced super-eutectic phase change recording layer which ensures durability and reliability while archiving data at higher rewrite speeds. These discs allow you to rewrite data without errors up to 1,000 times.