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Re: DVD newbie - which format should I use?

Volker Kuhlmann <hidden@paradise.net.nz> wrote:

> There are those who argue that DVD-RAM is the only useful one for
> backups, "because it was designed as a backup format". It does give you
> more or less unlimited overwrites, has the advantage of treating your
> media as a read-write harddisk (no mastering/burning required, but check
> the performance!!), and has an integrated verify. You might find the
> last point most important.

DVD-RAM implements defect management by default but it has the worst
compatibility from all writable DVD formats.


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