Well, here’s how I use DVD-RAM , I have several Panasonic standalone DVD recorders. Only two of them are the HD versions, and since they no longer make HD versions, I’m using DVD-RAM to store TV programs and move them to my computer HD.
On a Pannie standalone, I can record to the DVD-RAM. Then by setting chapter points at the beginning and end of each show segment, I can isolate and delete commercials.
Then I take the RAM disc to my computer and by using TMPGen , I can store , edit, or burn the them to DVD-R , if I want. Then delete the DVD-RAM disc.
This has allowed me to replace the Panasonic HD standalone recorders with my computer.
The X-tra capacity of a DVD-RAM DL, would allow me to record longer programs, like say a sporting event, when I’m not there to replace the DVD-RAM disc.
Can data on a BlueRay disc be edited and/or deleted and rewritten ?