I'm quoting this from the front page news of "CloneCD 22.214.171.124 released"
"Yeah, one of the disc manufacturers has released special extended capacity DVDR-5 discs. These store slightly more data on the disc then normal, similar to the situation with CDRs and 90min + discs (when the official standards are 74 and 80min only)."
"They're still single layer, but unless it's an almost no cost option (AND all DVD-writers will burn them) then I don't really see the point."
Is this going to be a new standard?
What is the true size? (4.7GB actually = 4.38GB)