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Can dvd+r be used with shrink and decryptor??

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by luv2copy, Apr 25, 2005.

  1. luv2copy

    luv2copy Member

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    I've looked for a thread that dicusses this,but have yet to find one. Anyone here that can help me out with a little info? Thanks in advance!!--Al
     
  2. Car.Mike

    Car.Mike Active member

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    luv2copy,
    Welcome to the forum and Yes you can use (+) DVD's if your burner uses that format
     
  3. zenarrrow

    zenarrrow Regular member

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    You should have no prob's with the +'s. If you are make sure your burner is compatible with them for instance my old burner was a NEC DVD+RW 1100A. It only used +'s if I put in a - it wouldn't even recognize it. Now I have a pioneer 109+- it is dual formated, will burn both . So with your question, yes is the simplist answer unless you are having problems. ---zen-->
     
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    Cool, thanks guys. My burner does +, I just wasn't sure if decryptor or shrink were compatible,as all the threads I have seen always speak of -.
     
  5. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    thats because dvd-r is the most common type to use,
    as dvd+r are not so compatible on standalone dvd players,

    so if the dvd+r disc doesnt work on your dvd player,thats why
     

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