DVD+R Media is a high capacity optical disc, which is ideal for high volume data recording, archiving and playback. RiData DVD+R Media nsures high durability and reliability for a variety of recording situations, making it a versatile storage solution.
Ridata DVD+R Media uses a high quality organic dye that ensures reliable recording and playback. RiData 16X DVD+R media is certified for up to 16x DVD recording speeds. Ideal for massive archival storage, duplication, network back-up, multimedia presentations and digital video/photography editing, these DVD+R discs will prove useful for a wide array of projects.
- Write-once format DVD+R
- 7 times the storage capacity of CD-R
- Durable, long lasting archives
- Excellent performance
- Long storage acceleration tests guarantee storage for more than 30 years
- Compatible with most leading readers and writers
- Utilizes premium organic dye that ensures stable writing with excellent quality
- Ideal for Data Video and Audio
- Up to 16X compatible
- Capacity: 4.7Gb/ 120Min
- Best UV resistance & heat resistance
- Read Compatible with DVD-ROM playback devices
This DVD Media is compatible with most DVD Burners. Most burners were produced over the last couple of years have primarily been "multi-format," meaning, they will burn the "-R/RW" and "+R/RW" formats. If you have a burner that is single format, meaning, it will only burn the "-" format or the "+" format, please make sure you purchase the correct format for your burner. If your burner is multi-format, either of the two formats should work fine. For higher rated burn speeds, such as 16x media, your burner must be a 16x burner in order to burn 16x rated media. You can purchase higher rated media, such as 16x rated media for a 4x or 8x DVD burner, your DVD burner will just burn that media at a slower speed. Also, it is recommended that you upgrade your burner's firmware to the latest revision. For more information regarding firmware or compatibility, please consult your DVD burner manufacturer.
Most DVD burner manufacturers will only list brand named media as being
compatible, when in fact, most media manufacturers don't produce their own media to begin with. There are many reasons for this, but if in doubt, we recommend you purchase a small quantity initially to see which type of media works best for you.
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