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Dev
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2005-05-12T06:03:36Z
http://www.scan.co.uk/Pr....asp?WebProductID=182634 ) and some 50 dvds(-) i want to burn dvds that can be read for watching family movies etc (my dad said he would pay if i put them on dvds) was buyig - dvd a wise decision or should i have gone for + ones.
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2005-05-12T08:27:35Z
"Whats the difference between + and -."

Well one is made up of 2 lines that intercect at 90deg and look like a lowercase t. The other is just a single dash.
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2005-05-13T04:19:26Z
Funny Funny, but seriously do you know the difference Jordan? because am I after spending 25 on the wrong thing.Also do you know anything about lightscribe ?Is it worth it ? and Jordan I know for a fact you know because Ive read other threads and youre an encyclopedia of stuff like this I ll need an answer In case I need to cancel an order.
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2005-05-13T09:56:30Z
Nah this ain't my specialty. I'm not one for making DVDs.

-ves and +ves can both be read by home DVD player but not all. One is more compatible than the other but I'm not sure which since I don't really have an interest in this field. I think you'd have to buy a single one of each and try them on your home DVD player.

Lightscribe... google? Same with the first question. There's a wealth of this stuff on the net.
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2005-05-13T13:29:24Z
HotshotUK
2005-05-13T13:38:30Z
quote:

Originally posted by: Jordan
"Whats the difference between + and -."

Well one is made up of 2 lines that intercect at 90deg and look like a lowercase t. The other is just a single dash.


NEVER crack a joke like that. AGAIN!

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2005-05-13T13:45:26Z
It wasn't a joke! It was pure fact
Ramman
2005-05-16T19:01:47Z
DVD-R is the format most older home players support. If your player is 12-18 months old use DVD-R to burn your DVD's. 95% of players newer than this will support DVD-R, or DVD+R.
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2005-05-16T20:02:19Z
^ ...and there's your answer

I've seen you post that before Ramman but I couldn't recall. I was going to PM you or mention you but I figured you see this thread, wasn't expecting you to be away for so long though
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2005-05-19T09:52:31Z
tnx guys+ramman