Next Generation Burning with Blu-ray Disc & HD DVD
HD DVD (High Density Digital Versatile Disc or High Definition Digital Video Disc) is a digital optical media format which can hold high definition video or other data.
Blu-ray Disc (BD) is a next-generation optical disc format meant for storage of high-definition video and high-density data. The Blu-ray standard was jointly developed by a group of consumer electronics and PC companies called the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA).
HD DVD has a single layer capacity of 15 GB and a dual-layer capacity of 30 GB. Toshiba has announced that a triple-layer disc is in development, which would offer 45GB of storage. This is less than its primary competitor Blu-ray Disc, which supports 25GB for one layer, 50GB for two layers as presently released. BD 100GB for four, 200GB for eight layers(recently Company TDK has taken this concept to new heights by developing the 6 layer BR disc weeks before regular BR discs have been released!) demonstrated in a laboratory but have not yet been released to the market. The surface layer of an HD DVD disc is 0.6 mm thick, the same as DVD but thicker than the Blu-ray Disc's 0.1 mm layer.
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1. Enhanced Versatile Disc (read)
2. Digital Multilayer Disk (read)
3. Forward Versatile Disc (read)
4. Holographic Versatile Disc (read)
5. Versatile Multilayer Disc (read)