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Anyone Know When DUAL LAYER LIGHTSCRIBE Media Will Be Out?

However, most modern computer drives to play both, where you usually see issues is with older ?set top box? I think that would be advertising to post it here marctronixx. Dual Layer DVDs and Lightscribe DVDs? Post #: 1 RE: LightScribe Single OR Dual Layer Media... - 4/13/2005 12:39:21 PM emperor Posts: 7002 Joined: 4/28/2004 Status: offline I think that Verbatim should have some DVD LS

About 30 seconds. If so can anyone suggest an alternative? You'll find discussions about fixing problems with computer hardware, computer software, Windows, viruses, security, as well as networks and the Internet.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion 1/20/06 Demystifying those confusing DVD The issue is I can not find Lightscribe 8.5 Dual Layer DVDs. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Lightscribe-8-5-Gb-Dual-Layer-DVD-Blank-Media/td-p/3164755

Many new DVD movies are on dual-layer discs so the movie and the special features can be stored on a single disc. Yes, the disc would be obsolete.Add to this the fact that the newer formats have not been tested by consumers yet. I downloaded and installed the updated print engine on HP's website but still have the light image....but the CD-R's burn nice and dark what am i missing? (in reply to marctronixx) The juke-box (housing 10 cartridges)has retired due to worn out mechanical parts, but the disk media in cartridges (3600/5400 rpm) are still functioning perfectly through the single external drive attached to

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Digital Video Disk by hameiri / January 20, 2006 4:56 AM PST In reply to: I third DVDRAM Originally it WAS Digital Video Bang! they are just lighter.... I use on the left hand: Pinkie, Middle, Index and Thumb.

a partially recorded ?R? Which means instead of 2 hours of standard play video on a single layer DVD it does 4 hours of standard play video. First Time Here? didn?t read the design specs.Now that we have the +/- issue resolved, the +/- will be followed by ?R?

H71036.www7.hp.com. This has been replaced with the following message: Thank you for your interest in the LightScribe disc labeling technology. Go into any retail store. Blu-Ray will have an incredibly thin but hard layer over the dye.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Agreed - DVD-RAM is a great media by LoneDude / January 20, 2006 1:59 AM PST In reply to: DVD RAM - Positively https://www.amazon.com/Verbatim-96689-Double-Layer-Discontinued-Manufacturer/product-reviews/B001JIHF0U After dealing with horrors like Iomega Zip, overpriced Microsoft Jaz, Avatar Sharks and Castlewood Orb Drives, DVDRAM was welcome. If stored this way, the label should last the life of the disc in real-world applications. Where as the DVD-R verses the DVD+R where the old Video Standards used to make Prerecorded DVD's.

Avoid Sony and Plextor brand burners. The RW's of any of the formats is a Erase and Rewire option. Last thing: once you settle on a drive, your first task will be to get samples of different blank media and check which is compatible with your home player (if you Your product will be shipped to its final destination to arrive in 2 business days or faster.

Cancel your subscription any time.It's free shipping made easyIt's your key to free shipping. Price-wise for the burners themselves is not a real big issue as there is not a lot of difference between regular burners and double layered burners but again, the price of I have to external hard drives which I have filled up with images. Now while in reality you can use DVD-R?s, DVD+R?s and other burnable DVDs for multiple things besides what the manufacturer intended it helps to know what they are best for.

The better computer drives typically support DVD RAM, creating a bridge between video cameras, computers and DVD players and player/recorders on your TV. YES! We will not know for 12-18 months at the very least if a clear winner emerges.

I recently bought a slim-profile DVD burner from a company that had little or no tech support and when there was any it was in broken English and couldn?t help me

Most DVD burners are capable of reading and writing on these. However, the discs are a bit more, about a buck apiece.So what DVD burner is right for you? media for permanent projects. Although most LightScribe enabled drives can read and write data to Dual Layer (DL) DVDs and DVD-RW, there are currently no LightScribe enabled DL DVDs or DVD-RW available."So, although it isn't

Patent 7,172,991, "Integrated CD/DVD recording and labeling", Daryl E. DVD, if it was recorded in multi-session by recording software that supports this). They both store the same amount of information. When the original formats came out, I believed the superior one was DVDRAM.

The first distinction is + media vs. - media. DVD-RW and DVD+RW are re-writable DVDs.