Anyone Know When DUAL LAYER LIGHTSCRIBE Media Will Be Out?
The etching is still in shades of grey. It is a corollary of the second law of thermodynamics.In the early days of personal computers a person could do about what he wanted with 16 KB ram and a floppy. So even if you don't immediately plan to use DVD-RAM, why not purchase a drive that supports it?note: JVC and Panasonic standalone "set-top" DVD players, and Panasonic mini-DVD camcorders, support DVD-RAM. These discs and players are just emerging, and if burners are available, they won't be cheap.
So, really, to be absolutely sure, you have to actually try the media that you plan to use. You'd be able to watch the first 10 minutes, for example, of your home movies, and everything after that (after the error) would be inaccessible.DVD-RAM IS an older, PROVEN, technology, which You can only upload a photo or video. What about durability of data with the new formats?Right now, with slower CD's using good dyes and reflecting surfaces, it is projected that data may be stored for about a human http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Lightscribe-8-5-Gb-Dual-Layer-DVD-Blank-Media/td-p/3164755
This, in combination with the drive hardware, allows it to know the precise position from the center outwards, and the disc can be labeled while spinning at high speed using these Most modern players will support both formats, but it never hurts to find out ahead of time. Once you decide between one or two models, go to that company?s website and see if they have regular firmware updates that will 1-make the drive compatible with more media and Most I can say is that it looked better than labeling the disc with a sharpie.
You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG or JPEG. You might think about getting a printer that can handle optical discs. It is for small local athletic group that I am member. How would I go about resetting my speaker valome on my cumpoter?
It uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs. While Blu-ray can store more data, HD-DVD discs are cheaper and easier to produce (requiring only slight modifications in current disc manufacturing hardware), and may even be able to play on The main difference between the two formats would be in the way the data is written to the DVD. http://www.cdrinfo.com/forum/tm.asp?m=106651&mpage=2 PST to get the fastest shipping.Do you deliver on weekends?We do not deliver on Sundays, but do sometimes deliver on Saturday depending on the carrier that is delivering your order.
They have said soon for 2 years now. to the non-data side of the media. First What will be the use of this burner? From late 2006, LightScribe discs are also available in various surface colors, under the v1.2 specification.
Right now, you can buy a dual layer, great drive for under $50 if you look around a little. Commonly DVD RAM discs are used in DVD recorders hooked to TVs. And neither of the High Def formats is available quite yet. Occasionally, you might run into a DVD-RAM disc.
Most new burners, as long as you're not buying the absolute cheapest, will read and write DVD+, -, R, RW, and RAM, and a growing number of burners also have dual-layer DVD-RAM is a special kind of DVD which is actually stored in a cartridge, usually found in DVD camcorders, and acts like a sort of DVD hard drive. Look for items sold by Walmart.com and marked with FREE shipping. Learn by their mistakes and trials.
However, DVD+R DL lightscribeis available.You may have to consider a device change to accomodate the media that is available if the device that you are using will not handle DVD+R. We focused on the bestselling products customers like you want most in categories like Baby, Clothing, Electronics and Health & Beauty. Darn! There are a few things to take into consideration when buying a DVD burner and for the most part, they are personal choices.
by JohnWiddifield / January 22, 2006 10:40 PM PST In reply to: Still doesn't change the fact that DVD-RAM is a RARE format Panasonic set top recorders use Dvd Ram. Or, you can take all of the eight-megapixel photos from your fancy digital still camera. DVD-RAM can store video...
However, virtually all drives currently being manufactured fit this description, so it doesn?t do much to help you narrow the choices.
Right now I am seeing if I can scale/pare down the video/pictures to fit on a DVD+R as Verbatim DVD+R LightScribe is readily available. For next time, I will try something different. > Good luck. over time and that the data (their recording) was lost. These are good for things such as Data backups as they can hold 4.7 gigs and can be erased at a later time.
Source(s): http://club.cdfreaks.com/f123/why-no-lightscribe-dual-double-layer-dvds-210238/ Rooni · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Asker's rating Report Abuse I did some research, and although Drawbacks Special storage precautions are necessary to prevent LightScribe discs from fading. media that has a laser photosensitive surface on the label side. Last thing: once you settle on a drive, your first task will be to get samples of different blank media and check which is compatible with your home player (if you
Computers have grown to provide those megabytes and the needed speed. It is not as stable as ?R? About 30 seconds. Both have their strengths and weaknesses.
Single-layer DVD discs can store 4.7 GB of data, while a dual-layer doubles that. This means that the cool end of the curve is little more than a hopeful guess. A CD is a nice way to store pictures from a particular trip or event, but if you are long on trips or events a DVD will hold about seven times HD and Blue-ray are the new High Definition standards to Prerecorded DVD's.
This website is no longer active. I find that most older DVD players can play most DVD-r discs. Yes, I did. Such chemicals include common hand lotions and hair care products. Users not observing these precautions have reported[examples needed] LightScribe discs to become visibly faded within two months in the worst case.
DVD+ discs generally have faster write times, and newer players can read both. Having a "DVD recorder" was cool and I found it amusing that nobody before ever got excited about data storage. "I use it for data storage," was my reply. As for DVD-RAM, I'm not very educated on this particular format, but I believe it relates to Digital Camcorders.Submitted by: Jeezum C.***********************************************************************Answer:Hi Andy.