How much capacity does a CD-R have?
|Capacity||Typically up to 700 MiB (up to 80 minutes audio)|
|Read mechanism||600-780 nm wavelength (infrared and red edge) semiconductor laser, 1200 Kibit/s (1×) to 100Mb/s (56x)|
|Write mechanism||780 nm wavelength (infrared and red edge) semiconductor laser|
What can you do with a blank DVD?
Top 10 Things You Can Do with a DVD
- Rip DVDs to video with little fuss. Advertisement.
- Burn any video file to a playable DVD.
- Get your DVDs on your iPod or iPhone for free.
- Easily play ripped DVDs.
- Automatically catalog your DVD collection.
- Create ISOs from DVDs.
- Put Wikipedia on a DVD.
- Mount ISO files as virtual drives.
How do you use a DVD R?
Use a DVD-R as a music CD and burn your favorite music for extended play.
- Open Windows Media Player and select the “Burn” tab at the top of the player.
- Open the DVD drive and insert a blank DVD-R into the drive.
- Click the “Library” tab and navigate to the music files you wish to burn onto the DVD-R.
Can DVD-R play on CD players?
You can play the disc as if it’s an audio disc with a DVD player, but a CD (audio) player will not work if the content is burnt to a DVD.
How much space does Memorex CD-R have?
The Memorex CD-R is a write once, single sided disc. It provides 700 MB of space, which translates to eighty minutes of audio recording time. You can use this disc in 1x – 52x write speed compatible writers.
Do Memorex 700mb/80-minute data CD-R’s work in the JVC?
What’s weird it that I finished off a pack of supposedly identical Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 52x Data CD-R’s 2 years ago, and all of these worked just fine in the JVC–and still do. I haven’t burned anything in 2 years and just bought this new 50-spindle pack last week.
How can you tell if a Memorex CD has failed?
One last note: when I visually compare a CD from the current spindle with a CD from the “identical” Memorex set I bought some years ago, the old Memorex CD has a very slight golden tinge on the top side compared to new failed CD.
How long is a CD-R disc?
All CD-R discs are 80 minute/700 MB discs that are up to 48X drive speed compatible. Ease of use, quality, convenience, and value are only a few of the many reasons that have made the CD-R the most popular blank media available.