DVD Recorders: The Difference Between DVD-R and DVD+R?
Part 2, Continued: The Functional Differences
According to the claims of the DVD Alliance, using a DVD+R/+RW recorder will let you do the following:
1. Instantly eject
without having to wait for finalized formatting.
2. Ability to record
one DVD disc partially on PC and partially on television.
3. Background formatting:
while the disc is being formatted, you can simultaneously record on already-formatted portions of the same disc.
4. Enhanced ability to edit
filenames, movie and song titles, and playlists.
5. 100% compatibility
with all other DVD players, while still enjoying these extra recording features.
These customer benefits are documented in detail at the DVD Alliance website: http://www.dvdrw.com/why/customer-benefits.htm
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