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Not sure if I'm in the right place...but here goes:
I have an LG Internal Super Multi DVD Rewiter GH20 on my pc. But I'm not sure about what dvd-r to use for burning movies. Some people say that a 4.7mb dvd-r of 120 minutes will burn a movie of that same length of time...but some have said its not enough to get the whole movie.
My question: Should I use a dvd-r double layer or dual layer? I know nothing about these type of dvds.
The box my rewriter came in has this on the outside:
20x dvd+r Write speed
8.5GB dvd+r Double layer 16x/dvd -r dual layer 12x
Does this mean that these dvds will burn longer movie times. One movie I have is 140 minutes long....so I cant burn it on to a 4.7 dvd.
If I sound like a complete twit...sorry, but any advice will be appreciated. I dont want to waste money buying that type of disc, if its no good for the job.
There's also a list of discs that this rewriter is compatible with including
dvd+rw 8x/dvd-rw 6x/dvd -ram 12x/ dvd+dl 16x/dvd-r dl 12x, but it will not burn a movie to a dvd-rw...I've tried.
Dont know if anyone can make sense of all that....but I'm hoping!