The PlexDisc recordable Blu-ray media is based on the core Japanese recordable disc formula for optimal performance and reliability. Blu-ray media is widely becoming more popular and the PlexDisc Blu-ray is the most compatible on the market.
Blu-ray discs are designed especially to store large HD video and audio files.
All PlexDisc Blu-ray discs are treated with a super hard coat to prevent scratches,
PlexDisc Blu-ray discs use blue-violet laser technology to read and write data. superb resolution, excellent contrast, vivid colors and amazing sound.
The PlexDisc double-layer Blu-ray disc offers up to 50GB of storage space to back-up your video, music, photos and more.
Printable: The PlexDisc printable Blu-ray disc has a super white printable surface that offers full-surface edge-to-edge printing
Product Information Specifications for PLEXDISC 645-212 50 GB 6x Blu-ray Double Layer White Inkjet Recordable Disc BD-R DL, 10-Disc Spindle Below:
Verbatim Digital Movie DVD+R 4.7GB 8X 25 Disc Spindle 94865
Offering the nostalgia and charm of the movie reels that symbolize cinemas today, Verbatim's unique DigitalMovie DVD media puts the fun in recording, viewing and sharing home movies. Available in the popular DVD+R format, DigitalMovie DVDs are ideal for businesses that want their marketing videos to stand out and for videographers who want to create distinctive-looking discs for distribution. DigitalMovie DVD+R are premium quality discs with unsurpassed performance and reliability. Utilizing Verbatim's proprietary Metal Azo recording dye and compatible at 1X-8X DVD recording speed, DigitalMovie DVDs are perfect for backing up DVD video titles and transferring video tapes to optical media that wonÃ†t degrade over time. So drag out the popcorn and start sipping the Coke. Make your next show a feature presentation with Verbatim DigitalMovie DVD.
Sony 5BNR25R3H 6x 25GB Recordable Blu-Ray Disc - 5 Pack
Manufacturer: Sony Electronics Inc. - Media
Record an outstanding 25GB of data on a single-sided Blu-ray disc. That's enough for up to 5 standard DVDs on one disc. Imagine 23 hours of standard definition television, tens of thousands of music recordings. Today's ever-complex world demands the highest possible media capacity to deliver higher definition picture and sound quality. With unbeatable storage capacity and recording flexibility for content-owners and consumers alike, Blu-ray Disc delivers.
MaxellÂ® - DVD+R Discs, 4.7GB, 16x, Spindle, Silver, 100/Pack - Sold As 1 Pack - Preserve memorable moments and important files.
Manufacturer: Maxell Corp. Of America Products
MaxellÂ® - DVD+R Discs, 4.7GB, 16x, Spindle, Silver, 100/PackPreserve memorable moments and important files, or share them with business associates, friends, and family. High-speed recording allows discs to be burned quickly and efficiently. Large capacity is ideal for personal videos, multimedia presentations, archival backups, digital image storage, and more. Enjoy secure, unalterable data storage with write-once format. Superior archival life ensures performance for years to come. Read compatible with DVD playback devices for easy sharing. Disk Type: DVD+R; Capacity (Video): 120 min.Branded Surface: YesBranded Surface: YesProtective Coating: NoPacking Type: SpindleSingle/Double Sided: SingleMaximum Recording Speed: 16xCapacity Range (Data): 4.7GBRecordable Format: "Write Once" format-may not be altered once data is written to the disc.Capacity (Video): 120 minDisk Type: DVD+R
TDK 4.7GM DVD+R media offers the widest compatibility with computer drives and home DVD players. Ideal for general purpose recording, a single TDK DVD+R has ample capacity for thousands of digital photos, up to six hours of videa and large mission-critical data files. Each DVD+R disc can be fully recorded once. As DVD recording speeds have increased, the importance of using name brand, quality media has become paramount. When a DVD+R is recorded at high sppeds, the fast RPM's of the recording process require an advanced, ulrra-sensitive recording material capable of compensating for the abbreviated exposure to the drive laser. Specially formulated with a rapid phase-change recording layer, TDK DVD+R media maximizes the data transfer rate while minimizing the potential for errors. The discs have been thoroughly tested and verified to outperform other media brands, which may rely on slow-reacting, error-prone phase-change materials. TDK AVIST metallic alloys change between crystalline and amorphous states in response to the heat generated by a laser for phase-change recording. The differences in reflectivity exhibited by the alloy in its crystalline and amorphous states are read as data. TDK AVIST alloys are designed for the most precise laser response, resulting in perfect data marks and superior recording and playback performance.
Sony 25DPR47SP 16x DVD+R 4.7GB Recordable DVD Media - 25 Pack Spindle
Manufacturer: Sony Electronics Inc. - Media
Now you can create, edit and archive home movies and digital photos while storing and accessing data from one disc. DVD discs capture all digital data brilliantly, and are large enough to hold oversized digital movie files. Sony DVD for one-time recording is a relatively inexpensive way to store data and prevent accidental erasure. They can hold 4.7GB of information, which makes it possible to record 120 minutes of MPEG2 video footage with outstanding picture quality.
The unique materials used in the M-DISC requires a new disc drive technology to engrave data permanently. The M-DISC Duplicator have been designed and optimized to work with M-DISC as one to etch data into the permanent synthetic stone layers within the M-DISC. Archival-quality DVDs are known to randomly fail leading to permanent data loss. The major failure mechanism is rooted within the data layer, the very core of recordable DVD technology. This layer consists of organic dyes that are chemically altered when data is written. Information is "burned" into the disc by creating light or bleached spots. The data is the contrast between light and dark spots. However, the dark spots fade over time, nullifying the burning process. This is why natural processes corrupt the data on the DVD in just a few short years. The National Archives warns that the shelf life of a regular DVD is only 2-5 years The M-DISC is constructed of inorganic, synthetic materials that preserve data forever. These materials cannot be overwritten, erased, or corrupted by natural processes. It is as if data were etched in "stone." In addition to preserving data permanently, the M-DISC is designed to be backward compatible with standard DVD players. Once data is store on the M-DISC it is readily accessible using a common DVD players.