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Archive home movies or back up important data with these double-layer DVD+R discs from Verbatim, offering twice the capacity of standard DVDs.
DVD+R Double Layer nearly doubles the storage capacity of standard DVDs with two AZO recording layers on a single-sided disc--no need to flip the disc. With 8.5 GB of storage capacity--the largest compatible DVD back-up and data archiving format for computer drives--this is great for storage-eating applications like archiving home movies. Record 4 hours of DVD quality television and video on a single disc (16 hours of VHS quality).
Certified and supported by the industry high-speed Double Layer writers, Verbatim discs are approved for high speed burning up to 10X speeds. Store up to 8.5GBs of video in approximately 12-15 minutes or less, all while maintaining compatibility with most DVD video players or DVD-ROM drives.
These discs are compatible with DVD+R DL drives from Sony, Philips, Lite On, and other leading manufacturers.
Preferred by DVD drive manufacturers, Verbatim DVD media continues to set the standard for high-speed disc performance, reliability, and compatibility. All Verbatim solutions are backed by a limited lifetime warranty, for added peace of mind.
Verbatim 96542 30-Disc Spindle
Verbatim are guaranteed for life. But that doesn't make your data safe forever. As with all storage media like this, even with new processes and materials to make the disks with,... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Saint Tatters
I had run out of these and consider the value for the product to be very good.Published 4 days ago by ray40472
Verbatim never fails. Over the years I have purchase 1000s of this company's discs and I have never had a single failure. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Deodato2001
I havent purchased dual layer DVD's in years. Possibly a decade. I just didnt find much use for them once larger sized USB flash drives came along. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Winchester2