DVD+RW is a physical format for rewritable DVDs and can hold up to 4.7 GB. ...
and the "plus" format, although most users would not notice the difference.
There's DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, and even DVD-ROM! So what's
the difference between all of these different names, aren't all DVDs the same?
DVD+RW is also a rewriteable format, supported by the DVD+RW Alliance. It is
also compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and DVD-Video players.
Jan 30, 2009 ... I use the discs to copy TV programs from my DVR...just simple home use. (If I use
DVD R, I lose the capability of editing the programs I've ...
- A form of optical storage using DVD
that can be recorded to and erased multiple times and holds 4.3GB of data. There are two standards for the media: DVD
. Most burners are capable of using both and are labeled DVD
. More »
The difference between the two .is the manner which the disc itself is written.
Note that most drives nowadays can write both DVD+R(w) and ...
Jun 5, 2009 ... With so many different formats — DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, ... The
crucial difference among the standards is based on which ...
Pioneer is the most ardent producer of DVD-R/RW. ... this -RW vs +RW reeks of
the old VHS vs BETAMAX conflict... with alot of people ending ...
Verbatim offers a wide range of blank DVD Media in many different formats. DVD
Recordable, DVD Rewritable, DVD R Dual Layer, Digital Image/Photo DVD R.
May 3, 2008 ... The main difference between DVD R and DVD RW is that the R is a write-once
format. Data can be burned on the DVD only once. On the other ...