What Is a DVD R Used for?


A DVD R is a recordable DVD format similar to CD-R. A DVD-R can only record data once and then the data becomes permanent on the disc. A DVD R is a write-once optical disc with 4.7 gigabytes (GB) of storage, generally used for non-volatile data storage or video applications.
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DVD-R which is also known as DVD- recordable is a type of DVD which has a storage capacity of 4.71GB. Data stored on a DVD-R cannot be changed as is the case with DVD-RW discs.
DVD R ( DVD recordable) is a DVD format that can store up to 4.71 Gigabytes of data. Data stored in the DVDR cannot be altered or changed as opposed to DVD RW that can be rewritten up to 1000 or more times.
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