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Definition: DVD+R

(DVD+Recordable) A write-once (read only) version of the DVD+RW optical disc from the DVD+RW Alliance. DVD+Rs hold up to 4.7GB of data per side and can be read by DVD-Video players and computer DVD-ROM drives. A DVD+R DL disc is a "dual layer" DVD+R that holds a total of 8.5GB.

In practice, the term "DVD" refers to all DVD formats. The phrase "burn the DVD" really means "burn the DVD+R or DVD-R." See DVD, DVD storage capacities, DVD drives and DVD-R.

A DVD Writer
Modern DVD drives support all the DVD formats as the specs for this Slim External DVD Writer from LG indicate.