Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by amanda1, Oct 4, 2004.
can someone tell me what is the diffence between
DVD-R and DVD+R
Have a look at this link and you will be able to get a understanding for what most things mean and what the differances mean.
I didn't look at many of these, I just pulled them off the search results.
http://www.chrismccann.co.uk/dvd_formats.htm (linked to in one of the above)
I know you're a n00b, but you really should try searching the boards before posting a new topic. If the above don't help, say so, and someone else will jump in, personally I don't know the answer. I've always been told it's a compatibility issue. Try both formats until you figure out what works for your players/burners. Good luck.
Good call John....
*thread moved to appropriate forum*
Yes, use the search function next time. This question has been asked and answered many times. You also need to post in the correct forum next time.
This link will answer your question and much, much more:
eman ....john is it
don't call me a n00b
i didn't see it ok
sorry to waste your time
I wasn't trying to be condescending. You're title is "newbie", that's all. So I told you what you did wrong, since you probably didn't know any better...or didn't see the search or glossary in this case. I didn't mean anything negative by it. Btw, my name isn't John, John(179) was the guy who posted while I was making my post. I didn't see his post until I was already finished with mine...he posted 5 minutes before me. The glossary was a better resource anyway. Don't take the n00b thing personally, it's just your title.
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amanda1 i don't think anyone meant to cause you any offence.I hope you have now got the answer you were looking for.Were all here to help each other.Next time it could be you helping me.Title's just mean you have been around AD a little longer but it does not mean we know more.
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