A single-sided, dual layer pre-recorded DVD disc format, with a capacity of 8.5 GB (about 4 hours).
A DVD disc that is 8.47 gigabytes (these discs are usally used for commercial DVD's) .
DVD-9 is a single sided dual layer DVD which can fit up to 8.5 GB or 7.95 computer GB which many commercial video DVDs are using today (a DVD-9 is basicly two pressed plastic DVD-5s pressed together, they are not burned). Video DVD supports this format but DVD-R/W and DVD+R/W does not support this format. View DVD9 to DVD5 Converter.
A DVD disc with two data layers on one side, giving a raw storage capacity of about 7.95 gigabytes (a gigabyte is equivalent to 1024 megabytes).
A single sided dual layer disc. Can store up to 9GB of data. Sometimes refered to as RSDL (Reverse Spiral Dual Layer) although this is a specific kind of DVD-9 disc.
A single sided, double layer, 8.5 GB (7.92 GiB) DVD.
a dual-layer, read-from-one-side disc. The laser pickup of the drive can be commanded to focus through the partially reflective first layer to read data from the second layer.
DVD format in which 8.5 Gigabytes of data are stored on one side of the disc in two layers.
Single-sided, dual-layer DVD holding 8.5 GB of data. This unique format allows both moulded DVD data halves to be read from the same side of the disc by using a clear bonding agent, a semi-reflective metal layer on the first data disc and by adjusting the focus point of the player to read two layers.
Single sided, dual layer DVD with 8.5 GB of storage
dual single 4 hours 8.5GB
A single-side DVD with two layers of approximately 4.35GB apiece for a total capacity of 7.95GB (8.5BB).
refers a DVD that is single-sided and dual-layered, which holds up to four hours of video and audio (i.e., 8.5 GBytes of data), without having to manually "flip" the disc. Also see DVD-5, DVD-10, DVD-14, DVD-18. back to the previous page