Question by time_waster: What is the difference between DVD-DL and DVD-R?
I know it has more memory space on it, but it’s still a DVD right? I can still play it on my home DVD player? Also, how much are DVD-DL discs usually?
Answer by LexusNoir
DVD-DL stands for Dual Layer, meaning it can hold more than your standard 4.7GB DVD. I believe it can hold upwards of 8.7GB instead. But you need to have a DVD Recorder that suppoorts DL or Dual Layer.
DVD-R just stands for Recordable DVD drive. Meaning you can write once to it. A DVD-RW means you can right to the same DVD more than once.
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