Technical Specifications

DVD stands for Digital Video Disc.
There are different types of DVD's, some are:

1) DVD-R (most common and widely accepted)
2) DVD+R (similar to -R but less accepted)
3) DVD-RW (DVD-ReWritable)
4) DVD+RW (DVD+ReWritable)

According to the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA), "manufacturers claim life spans range from 30-100 years for DVD, DVD-R, & DVD+R".

*I use mostly DVD-R in burning DVD's, but DVD+R, DVD-RW, and DVD+RW are available upon request.

**Each DVD can hold up to 4.7GB or 2 Hours of video.

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CD means "Compact Disc", is used to store digital media. It can be used to store files, music, and pictures. Like DVD, they have a few different types:

1) CD-R (widely accepted)
2) CD+R (less accepted)
3) CD-RW (CD-ReWritable)
4) CD+RW (CD+ReWritable)

*I usualy use CD-R in burning CD's but CD+R, CD-RW, and CD+RW are available upon request.

**Each CD can hold up to 700MB or 80min. of audio.

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