Anyone Know When DUAL LAYER LIGHTSCRIBE Media Will Be Out?
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Not quite... The only one that would fit the bill was a Mad Dog drive here:http://www.compusa.com/products/product_info.asp?product_code=333658&pfp=cat3And it's not even advertised as a DVD-RAM compatible drive! These have a maximum of 9 GB capacity. This is slower than 16X discs, but, at 5X, it would only take 15-20 minutes or so to back-up the most important data onto a disc.LG currently (1-20-06) makes a drive
How do I track a shipment?Sign in to My Account on Walmart.com to track your order.Is return shipping free?Yes, it's free. dont get me wrong, the images look great! DVD+R and DVD-R discs offer the same amount of storage, 4.7 Gigabytes, and can be written to once. Does anyone know of a supplier?Thanks,Bleugener Solved! http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Lightscribe-8-5-Gb-Dual-Layer-DVD-Blank-Media/td-p/3164755
Most will write at 16x speed max, and with storage capabilities nearing 18GB (using a double-sided dual layer disc), you'll want to be able to write as fast as possible. Probably the biggest advantage of DVD-RAM is that it can be rewritten over 100,000 times whereas the DVD+ and -RW discs have a rewrite capacity of 1,000 times. didn?t read the design specs.Now that we have the +/- issue resolved, the +/- will be followed by ?R? Various brands manufacture the required media.
More space than is available on a DL DVD drive is simply excess space for current needs.For example, consider saving all of your emails, including all of the spam. I think TDK still offer them, dunno how reliable they are. Sony's drives are made by Plextor and while Plextor has made really great CD burners in the past, their DVD efforts have been less than spectacular. Sign InFree returns online or in-storeNot completely satisfied?
of Toronto, Ontario Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Disk manufacturers by jbelcherpc / January 19, 2006 9:43 PM PST In reply to: Honorable mentions It's odd that nobody To do this you need a drive that supports this and special ?lightscribe? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I third DVDRAM by g52ultra / January 20, 2006 1:37 AM PST In reply to: DVD RAM - Positively a Great Choice! read this article It uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs.
Will this hold up? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Yes, many drives by deirdrew / January 20, 2006 12:34 PM PST In reply to: DZ-MV100A Video Camera DVD Ram doesn't read See And do you see any DVD-RAM media in local stores? How about dyes sensitive to blue light.
Dual layer, as the name implies, offers two layers or content and so the disc capacity reaches 8.5 Gigabytes for the same ?shelf space?. https://www.amazon.com/Verbatim-96689-Double-Layer-Discontinued-Manufacturer/product-reviews/B001JIHF0U MAINTAINING YOUR MEMBERSHIPWill my subscription automatically renew?Yes, your subscription will auto-renew renew after your free trial and after your 1 year subscription has ended so you have no service interruption.How do yeah i know they will .. Last edited by pc78; 12th May 2012 at 04:11.
Live Better.Introducing FREE 2-Day ShippingAllAll DepartmentsAuto & TiresBabyBeautyBooksCell PhonesClothingElectronicsFoodGifts & RegistryHealthHomeHome ImprovementHousehold EssentialsJewelryMoviesMusicOfficeParty & OccasionsPatio & GardenPetsPharmacyPhoto CenterSports & OutdoorsToysVideo GamesSearchClear search fieldSearchHello. As I am on a bit of a time limit, I have decided to just pare down the video and use the single layer discs as that is what is readily One last thing--when you get your new DVD burner installed, go to its manufacturer's website and download a firmware updater--often firmware updates for your DVD burner will make it burn faster Therefore, I predict that the curve made by a manufacturer eager to sell his product does not have lots of data points over years.
I have discovered that it it a very good idea to read through the forums to see what everyone else who has used the media has to say. If I remember correctly, DVD stands for "Digital Versatile Disc" and not "DVD Video Disc" and was originally meant to be cross platform. its just a little lighter.. DVD-R and DVD+R are both single time writings like CD-Rs are.
Now the programs have hugely extended features, many if not most worthless, and require megabytes. So even if you don't immediately plan to use DVD-RAM, why not purchase a drive that supports it?note: JVC and Panasonic standalone "set-top" DVD players, and Panasonic mini-DVD camcorders, support DVD-RAM. What you need to know is that they are different, and that you cannot automatically assume interchangeability.
Page:  2 3 next > >> Jump to: Select a ForumAll Forums---------------------- [In-House] - - Site News - - Introduce Yourself - - Users FeedBack - - FAQ [Optical Storage]
Bang! Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Woefully mis-informed by deirdrew / January 20, 2006 5:40 AM PST In reply to: DVD-RAM is like Betamax of the old days Walmart There is a lot of 4.7 GB DVD Blanks out there, but where are the 8.5 GB blank DVDs? DVD+RW discs are my favorite to use for my home-theater based DVD recorder.
YES! These are good for things such as Data backups as they can hold 4.7 gigs and can be erased at a later time. Each disc can either be purchased in R (write-once) and RW (rewritable) forms. Adding a W to the end of either one means the disc can be erased and rewritten multiple times.
With the DVD-R and DVD+R you need to first compress the information down to 4.7 gigs to fit and lose some quality. They were getting a bit hard to find when I switched to white inkjet printables almost two years ago. media; recording is permanent and cannot be erased (you can, however, ?add to? All I could find was this: http://www.amazon.com/Aleratec-Double-Layer-LightScribe-Duplicator/dp/B00519AJ92 Pretty pricey at almost $200 bucks, or $2/each.
I have used it for several years with no problems. In the past I have used Verbatim DVD+R DL Lightscribe discs with very good results. when i went to add an image i was told bascially (paraphrasing) that the media was not supported but that it could do a generic LS burn. thanks for the info... (in reply to tricher) Post #: 7 RE: LightScribe Single OR Dual Layer Media... - 4/26/2005 4:33:28 AM marctronixx Posts: 45 Status: offline FYI to
If you wait, there's a decent chance HD-DVD and Blu-ray burning capability could be implemented into the same burner. For next time, I will try something different. > Good luck. What this essentially does is burn 2 layers of information so you get twice the space. Reply 0 0 Big_Dave Provost Posts: 25,747 Member Since: 07-17-2009 Message 6 of 7 (2,718 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Lightscribe 8.5 Gb Dual Layer DVD Blank Media Options Mark as
I have an Epson Artisan 725 that does a nice job on white inkjet hub printables and was a little over $100 bucks, just one possibility. Good luck. As for next generation formats, there is not an analyst in the world that can predict with any certainty what format will prevail in the war between Blu-Ray and HD-DVD, so How do I cancel my subscription?
The industry expected that one would mostly take over like what happened with VHS but that did not happen. Look for items sold by Walmart.com and marked with FREE shipping. Neither one is commonly available yet as their standards are still not quite 100% ready for prime time. i know the Emperor has stated 2 months, so if there are any new updates please share.
They both store the same amount of information. In comparison, DVD-RAM discs can be re-recorded up to 100,000 times without any decreased record times. -Unlike the other formats, with DVD-RAM, you can't accidentally record over something. Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave....https://books.google.de/books/about/Maximum_PC.html?hl=de&id=nwIAAAAAMBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareMaximum PCMeine BücherHilfeErweiterte BuchsucheAbonnierenStöbere bei Google Play nach Büchern.Stöbere