OK, whats so special about DVDRam that it is being made such a fuss over? Cost as much as a DL disc does so… Just wondering.
Because it can be written to multiple times, and if my memory serves me correctly, can act in much the same way as a hard drive. Though don’t quote me as I am just starting to read up on DVD-RAM as it is not something I have bothered with before.
About DVD-RAM discs :
- you treat it like a big floppy disc (just drag and drop in windows explorer, delete files etc)
- it automatically verifies whatever is written to it so you can be sure what you wrote can be read back
- can be written to and erased more times than RW discs
Wikipedia knows all…
Thanks for the info.